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Pashinyan will hold a rally on March 1

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will hold a rally on March 1. He announced this on his Facebook page, News.am reports. “Dear compatriots! On Monday, March 1, at 18:30, I invite all of you to Republic Square, to a …

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Pashinyan against generals: reasons for the conflict

Political unrest continues in Armenia. Another reason for them was the dismissal from the post of First Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armenian Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Tiran Khachatrian, who sharply criticized the statement …

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Putin and Pashinyan discuss political crisis in Armenia

Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the political crisis in Armenia with the country's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Thursday, the Kremlin said. Putin urged Armenia to maintain order and peace in the country, and resolve …

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Pashinyan urges military to stop coup attempts

Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan ordered the military to "address their business" and defend the country’s borders. He gave the order at a rally in his support at the Republic Square. "I order all …

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Kremlin voices concern over political crisis in Armenia

The Kremlin said on Thursday it was concerned by growing political tensions in Armenia after the army demanded Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan resign in a move Pashinyan said looked like an attempted coup. Speaking to reporters on a …

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Protest staged at Yerevan State University

A group of youth has begun a protest near Yerevan State University (YSU) today. They marched to the university building, entered, and are chanting, "Nikol, the traitor" and "Armenia without Nikol," referring to Prime …

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Yerevan police detains 57 anti-Pashinyan protesters

Today, 57 citizens demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan were apprehended in Yerevan during Tuesday’s protest rally near the third building of the government of Armenia, according to the police …

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Opposition decided not to let Pashinyan to his office

Tomorrow morning, opposition activists will try to block one of the government buildings and not allow Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to get to his office, the coordinator of the Movement to Save the Motherland, representative of the …

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Another rally started in Yerevan

The oppositional Movement to Save the Motherland is holding its second rally in Yerevan, the first was held on February 19, the media sources report. According to Sputnik Armenia, several thousand people are participating in the …

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Armenian citizens still prefer Pashinyan

A public opinion poll conducted by the Armenian office of the Gallup International Аssociation found that 38.8% believe that Nikol Pashinyan should remain in the post of prime minister, 17.6% found it difficult to answer. 43.6% of …

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After the Second Karabakh War, the region is moving towards peace and prosperity

The trilateral statement signed by the president of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the prime minister of the Republic of Armenia and the president of the Russian Federation on November 10, 2020 is a fundamental document which determined to complete military operations and establish peace, security and cooperation in the region, political scientist Shabnam Hasanova writes for Eurasia Review

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Why does Karabakh need Russian?

The fake "NKR" regime, created by Armenia on the land of Azerbaijan, is spreading messages in the media about the intention to give the Russian language the "official" status in those Azerbaijani territories that are now …

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Nikol Pashinyan wins war in Armenia?

Armenia will not hold snap parliamentary elections - this was the result of a three-month struggle between the government and the opposition after the defeat of the Armenian occupation forces in the Karabakh war.  Representatives …

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