Armenia Agreed Not to Upset Russia
On the invitation of the Russian foreign minister, the heads of the agencies of foreign affairs of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan will meet in Moscow on April 28.
Baku's Marionette Who Shares Responsibility for April Victims Has to Leave
The notorious president of the PACE Pedro Agramunt may voluntarily resign by May 29.
Armenia Has Spent Over A Century Re-Building, And Its Future Looks Hopeful
Yesterday marked the official commemoration date of the Armenian Genocide, which occurred just over a century ago. A day which offers an opportunity to reflect on the unimaginable violence from which the nation is still recovering.
Czech Republic Recognized Armenian Genocide
On April 25, the parliament of Czech Republic voted 104 for the resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide.
Statement by the President Trump on Armenian Remembrance Day 2017
Today, we remember and honor the memory of those who suffered during the Meds Yeghern, one of the worst mass atrocities of the 20th century.
Is Armenia Stepping Back?
The Azerbaijani press informed that a three-party meeting of the foreign ministers of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia will take place on April 27.
Azerbaijani Minister of Defense Instructed to Be Prepared for Military Actions
The Azerbaijani minister of defense Zakir Hasanov called a meeting of the Azerbaijani MoD’s administration heads, commanders, their deputies, heads of military training institutions.
Serzh Sargsyan Mentioned Three Circumstances
President Serzh Sargsyan held a meeting with the Ambassadors of the OSCE member states.
Serzh Sargsyan's Two Failures in Bishkek
The summit of presidents of the Eurasian Union member states took place in the capital of Kyrgyzstan where Moldova received the status of observer.
U.S. Embassy Welcomes Investigation into Case of Pressure on Voters
“We welcome Prosecutor General's investigation into troubling report by Hayastan24 of pressure applied to voters,” the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan twitted today.