Robert Kocharyan

Stagnation era begins in Armenia

The political situation in Armenia remains stable: the authorities and the opposition continue to squabble, and the public is passively watching the populist speeches of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, promising to build a strong statehood. …

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Yerevan doesn't understand Moscow's signals

Today, Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan once again made a proposal for a "mirror withdrawal of troops" and the deployment of Russian border guards or international observers along the border. According to him, this …

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Armenia to launch national airline

Armenia is setting up a new national airline following nearly a decade without a flag carrier. President Armen Sarkissian and senior Armenian aviation officials signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates-based low-cost airline Air …

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New plan of Armenian nationalists

Two weeks after the announcement of the results of the early parliamentary elections, political parties and blocs did not begin to form the composition of the National Assembly. And about. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan is preparing to repel …

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Kocharyan's allies are gradually turning away from him

After the parliamentary elections in Armenia, the re-elected "revolutionary" government, headed by Nikol Pashinyan and his Civil Contract party, did not publish a coherent political program for bringing the republic out of the …

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Armenia election recount results in slight changes

A recount was held in 65 polling stations in Armenia on June 22 and 23, as a result of which the number of ballots received by the opposition Hayastan (Armenia) bloc increased by 744, while those of the Civil Contract party by 659, …

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Why Baku needs stable Armenia?

With parliamentary elections in Armenia approaching on June 20, its neighbors in Azerbaijan are watching particularly closely. The outcome of the vote will determine the immediate future of the conflict between Yerevan and Baku, which …

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Kocharyan supporters detained in Yerevan

The special forces of the Armenian police detained 10 representatives of the youth organization of the Dashnaktsutyun Party this morning, which is part of former President Robert Kocharian's 'Armenia' pre-election block. …

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Pashinyan puts Armenia up for auction between Russia and West

The situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border remains tense. On May 27, a group of Armenian soldiers was detained by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces while crossing the state border. Baku defined the incident as a sabotage attack by the Armenian military, while Yerevan hastened to announce the capture of the soldiers of the engineering troops, for some reason sent to the zone of imminent confrontation

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Armenian experts consider rhetoric of politicians running for elections to be ridiculous and absurd

The last time Armenians went to the polls, in 2018, they were voting optimistically. Following Nikol Pashinyan’s successful toppling of the old regime via street protests, voters gave him an overwhelming mandate for what promised to be a future of growing prosperity, rule of law and a defeat of corruption, and reducing the country’s dependence on Russia. Now, though, the picture is far more pessimistic

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