The price of Russian natural gas will not change for Armenian households, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Armen Movsisyan told media on Wednesday. He said that Armenian consumers would have paid significantly more for gas unless Armenia decided to join the Russia-led Customs Union.Read More →
Armenia has gone up by 11 positions on the latest annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) published by the Berlin-based Transparency International NGO on Tuesday.Read More →
Alaverdi, a small industrial town spread on the hillsides of the narrow Debed river canyon, holds a copper smelting giant in its claws. Situated about 160 kilometers north of Yerevan, in Armenia’s Lori province, Alaverdi is one of the largest industrial centers of the country, as well as an ‘ap...Read More →
As many as 110 citizens were detained in Yerevan on Monday during protests timed to the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the Armenian police, they were taken to police precincts for failure to comply with the requirements of the law.Read More →
Armenia and Russia signed a number of major agreements on Monday as part of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to the South Caucasus republic.Read More →
Armenia dramatically reduced its chances for defending its world title by suffering a defeat in a Round 6 match at an ongoing World Team Championship in Antalya, Turkey.Read More →
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Gyumri on Monday on a state visit supposed to underline the allied nature of Russo-Armenian relations. In Gyumri the Russian head of state and his delegation were met by President Serzh Sargsyan and senior government members.Read More →
Scores of civil activists and members of several opposition parties have attempted to stage a march towards the presidential palace in Yerevan in a protest timed to the official visit to Armenia by Russian President Vladimir Putin.Read More →
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