Citing improved tax collection, the Armenian government said on Thursday that it hopes to spend roughly 50 billion drams ($103 million) more than expected this year.
Four representatives of Armenia’s main ethnic minorities have been elected to the National Assembly under special legal quotas.
The Armenian Youth Federation as a part of their “24 Days of Action” campaign visited the elderly residents of Ararat Home on April 4, who shared their stories as children of Armenian Genocide survivors.
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) Supreme Council of Armenia on April 5 released the following statement regarding the 2017 Armenian Parliamentary Elections.
Members of the Senate and House of Representatives joined with Armenian American community leaders and diplomats representing Armenia and Artsakh in a standing-room-only Capitol Hill remembrance of the Armenian Genocide