Azerbaijani forces assumed an infringement attempt late Thursday night in the eastern and southern directions of the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) and Azerbaijan border, Karabakh’s Defense Ministry reported.
Armenia plans to increase imports of natural gas from neighboring Iran and will sign a relevant agreement with the Islamic Republic soon, a senior Armenian official said on Friday.
Armenia’s National Assembly approved the new government program on Friday, October 21, with a vote of 85 for, seven against, and six abstentions.
The Armenian American Museum is sure to become a shining example of our community’s potential to come together and cull our rich traditions and history to build a legacy.
On October 20, the OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the border between the armed forces of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the direction of the Hadrut region.
Through the Glendale Adventist Medical Center (GAMC) and the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s US Western Region affiliate, a team of close to 50 doctors and other medical staff from the U.S. will provide free medical services at Armenia’s Noyemberyan Hospital from October 16-21.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan presented his newly formed cabinet’s plan of actions to the Armenian parliament on Thursday, reiterating its pledges to combat corruption and improve the country’s business environment.
On October 16, a stellar gathering of more than 1,000 supporters of the Armenian Cause celebrated ANCA-WR’s accomplishments during the past year and honored various community leaders.
Armenia’s newly reshuffled government has released its policy program that pledges to help speed up economic growth through a tougher fight against corruption, better tax administration and “equal conditions” for all businesses.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) shared the lessons drawn from more than a century of Armenian-American efforts to build durable, resilient and responsive community institutions at a Diaspora in Development forum in Washington, D.C.