Early Election Remains Government's Top Priority: Prime Minister
The main agenda of the government remains early elections, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan told reporters today.
Armenian Prime Minister and Presidents of Armenia and Artsakh Met
The prime minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, the presidents of Armenia and Artsakh Armen Sargsyan and Bako Sahakyan had a meeting yesterday.
What Happened at Border with Nakhijevan
The spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense informed yesterday that the Azerbaijani armed forces have undertaken active engineering in some parts of the Azerbaijani border, intending to improve the military positions.
Armenia Will Receive Tor Missile Systems Within a Few Months
The Armed Forces of Armenia will receive Tor missile systems (NATO reporting name SA-15 "Gauntlet"), the Public Television informed, referring to the Ministry of Defense.
State Universities Will No Longer Make Payments to Youth Foundation: MoES
“Today I informed during the meeting with the provosts of the state universities that they will no longer pay the mandatory amounts to Karen Avagyan’s youth foundation," minister of education posted on Facebook.
Azerbaijan Intensified Engineering Works, Armenia Warned: MoD Spokesperson
The spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Armenia Artsrun Hovhannisyan has posted on his Facebook
Samvel Alexanyan Is the Pioneer: A Breakthrough
We have learned that the companies owned by Member of Parliament Samvel Alexanyan have ordered thousands of bank cards in one of the banks of Armenia.
Government Structure May Undergo Change: Ministries Will Be Eliminated
According to the Past Daily, Nikol Pashinyan intends to initiate amendments to the structure of the government. According to this initiative, two ministries will be restructured into bodies adjunct to the government.
The Tones of the Revolution
In April, the government was replaced in Armenia due to popular pressure, but the question of snap elections is still open.
There's Hope but It Will Be Difficult: Economist Acemoglu
We all must have good hopes for the future of Armenia but we need to admit that it is not going to be easy to eliminate the corrupt system, Daron Acemoglu said.