Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan again insisted that the Armenian economy will not go into recession this year as he addressed his Cabinet Thursday. This time, the head of the Armenian government spoke about at least a one-percent GDP growth projection for 2015.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, who is in Riga, Latvia, to participate in the EU’s Eastern Partnership Summit, on May 21 attended the summit of the European People’s Party (EPP) Eastern Partnership countries.
Although the parents of the children affected by intestinal infection in two of the kindergartens of the town of Armavir are quite worried about the incidents, they say they are not going to keep their children from attending the establishments.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday discussed Armenian-German interstate relations as they met on the sidelines of the summit of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership in Riga, Latvia.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, who is on a working visit to Latvia, attended the European People’s Party Leaders Summit on Thursday.
At the meeting Sargsyan delivered a speech in which he mentioned that the European agenda remains a foreign policy priority for Armenia, which is committed to deepening and further consolidating its cooperation with the European Union.
A group of civil activists staged a demonstration in central Yerevan on Wednesday in support of the parents protesting the non-combat deaths of their sons in the army. Police officers have allegedly roughed up several women during such protests recently.
Ahead of May 18, which is marked as International Museum Day, more than a hundred museums across Armenia took part in an international campaign on Saturday, opening doors to visitors from 6 pm to midnight.