Armenia Has Potential for Photovoltaic Stations with 1 GW Capacity In Upcoming Years
In the next 5-6 years the capacity of photovoltaic power stations in Armenia will amount to 1 GW, Haik Chobanyan, the CEO of Arpi Solar, told reporters during the opening of Talin 1 Photovoltaic Station.
Armenian Government Expressed Readiness to Send Rescuers to Iran
The Ministry of Emergency Situations has contacted the Iranian authorities through the Iranian embassy in Armenia and the Armenian embassy in Iran and expressed readiness to provide assistance.
Vienna Again Closed Way to Putin and Erdogan in Karabakh
Although Putin and Trump did not have a separate meeting, the presidents of Russia and the United States succeeded in agreeing a joint statement.
Deaths in Irani Earthquake Amount to 211
At least 211 people died in the earthquake at the Iran-Iraqi border, the Iranian Press TV informed.
Strong Earthquake at Iran-Iraq Border Killed At Least 140
A powerful earthquake last night struck the border of Iraq and Iran. According to USGS, the magnitude of the earthquake was 7.3.
Between Lines of Trump-Putin Meeting
The Russian President Putin and the U.S. President Trump have issued a joint statement on the situation in Syria.
Patience May Wear Thin: U.S. Stance on Karabakh
Paul Goble, professor at the Institute of World Politics, commented on the statement of the U.S. Ambassador in Azerbaijan Cekuta in an interview with 168.am.
U.S. Warned Armenia
The U.S. Ambassador in Azerbaijan Robert Cekuta has shared details about his meeting with the American co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group Andrew Schofer.
HRD Will Issue Ad Hoc Report on Damage to Civilians in Tavush Region by Azerbaijani Armed Forces
The Human Rights Defender of Armenia Arman Tatoyan visited the border communities of Tavush region which are the target of firing by the Azerbaijani armed forces.
Armenia's Most Militarized Country in Europe
According to Global Militarization Index 2016, Armenia is the first most militarized country in Europe and the third in the world.
U.S. Investigation into VTB: What to Expect in Armenia
The U.S. authorities want to find out if these banks are anyhow related to providing illegal money to Mozambique officials for public debt.
Armenia's Involvement in Resolute Support Mission was Reasserted
The delegation headed by the first deputy minister of defense Artak Zakaryan took part in the meeting of the ministers of defense of countries participating in NATO Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.
"Derelict" President Hurried to Meet with Serzh Sargsyan
The president of Moldova Dodon has visited Armenia on the invitation of Serzh Sargsyan.
Netanyahu's Interesting Proposal to Nalbandyan: A New Role for Armenia
“The Prime Minister raised the issue of Iran's attempts to establish a military presence in the region and its negative influence,” the message on the meeting of the Armenian foreign minister with the Israeli prime minister runs.
Turkey Completes Video Surveillance Project at Border with Armenia
The Turkish authorities have installed cameras at the border with Armenia, CNN Turk informed, Armenpress reports.
Three Hotbeds of Internecine Fire
The Armenian ruling system is facing three interesting points. Recently the workers of one of the shopping malls rose in a wave of protest.
OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the Line of Contact
On November 8, in accordance with the arrangement reached with the authorities of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh Republic), the OSCE Mission conducted
We've Made It: Strange Things Are Happening
Two days ago a strange thing happened in Vayots Dzor region.
Norway Refused to Sell Ammunition to Azerbaijan
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs published the parliamentary report on exports of weapons on October 27. It states that in 2016 Norway refused to sell ammunition to Azerbaijan, Haqqin.az informed.
France Is Committed to Peace Settlement: Emmanuel Macron
France is the friend of the Armenian people living in Armenia and in different parts of the world, the letter of the French President Emmanuel Macron to the Catholicos of the Great House of Kilikia Aram I states.
Indiana Has Recognized Armenian Genocide
The state of Indiana, U.S. has recognized the Armenian Genocide. Indiana is the 48th state of the United States to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Car Crashed into Sydney School Killing 2 Children
Two kids were killed as a car crashed into the building of the Sydney school.
New souvenir sheet with five stamps dedicated to the theme “World famous Armenians. 200th anniversary of Hovhannes Aivazovsky”
The postage stamps of the souvenir sheet with the nominal values of 170, 220, 230, 380 and 450 AMD depict five paintings of the world famous painter of the Armenian origin Hovhannes Aivazovsky.