| 30.07.14 | 11:06
Neither representatives of the political opposition nor many public figures have great expectations from Armenia’s new government that has already been described by some critics as ‘pro-oligarchic’. Those who trust in it and believe that it will carry out the necessary reforms appear to be a minority for now.
| 30.07.14 | 10:19
Armenian environmentalists warn that the Ararat valley, which is situated on a territory of 6,600 square kilometers and has a strategic importance for Armenia, is facing the threat of desertification and swamping in the near future.
| 29.07.14 | 11:03
Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan, answering the question on whether the Western sanctions against Russia will also have knock-on effects on Armenia, said that his government is doing everything possible to minimize the possible impact.
| 29.07.14 | 10:41
Armenia has warned Azerbaijan against carrying out more sabotage activities and planning aggression as the situation continues to remain tense around the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone.
Georgia has thanked Armenia for helping it to restore electricity supplies in the country disrupted on Sunday night due to accidents in the distribution network.