Iran Warns Armenia
Not every visit speaks of rapprochement, the spokesperson for the Iranian ministry of foreign affairs Bahram Kassemi told APA.
Turkish and Azerbaijani Flags Were Removed at Akhalkalak Railway Station
The flags of Turkey and Azerbaijan raised at the station of Akhalkalak of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway opened on October 30 have been removed, Vahagn Chakhalyan wrote on his Facebook.
Azerbaijan Will Restore Its Territorial Integrity at Any Rate
The Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev attending the 25th anniversary of Yeni Azerbaijan Party spoe about the Karabakh conflict.
What Have Putin and Erdogan Discussed?
The presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Sochi. They talked over 4 hours, RIA Novosti informed.
Economist Forecasts Reforms and Investments if EU-Armenia Agreement Is Signed
The EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement supposes large-scale reforms, particularly institutional reforms, the head of the Center of Innovation and Institutional Studies says.
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.
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.