A Russian low-cost airline affiliated with Aeroflot Group plans to start regular flights to Armenia beginning in late November, a senior aviation official in Yerevan confirmed on Thursday.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan issued the government’s plan of action for the implementation of its new program in a meeting with ministers, regional governors, heads of government agencies and staff on October 26.
The Government of Armenia’s cabinet meeting on Thursday discussed country’s water use and hydropower plants, accessible public services, and financial assistance to Syrian-Armenian students and to those affected by the Moscow-Yerevan bus accident.
The Armenian Patriarchate of Istanbul has decided to appeal to the Turkish authorities for permission to hold elections for a new patriarch.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) joined yesterday in a White House briefing between senior Obama Administration officials and leaders of the Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac, Armenian, and Antiochian communities to discuss the security of Christians in the Middle East.
The German Foreign Ministry has cancelled a long-planned concert by the Dresden Symphony Orchestra in Istanbul that was to commemorate the Armenian Genocide after protests by Ankara, orchestra director Markus Rindt said on October 26.
The Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, who visited Baku, Stepanakert and Armenia respectively from October 23-25, released a statement on Wednesday regarding their visit to the region.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) has concluded that neither the Hillary Clinton-Tim Kaine nor the Donald Trump-Mike Pence ticket earned the organization’s endorsement.
Armenian serviceman, Gurgen Avetik Ayvazyan, born 1996, was killed by Azerbaijani fire on October 26.
Turkey has effectively written a “blank check” to security services to torture people detained after a failed military coup attempt, a U.S.-based rights group said on Tuesday, citing accusations of beatings, sleep deprivation and sexual abuse.