Armenia may be involved in an emerging Russian-Turkish standoff in the region in the wake of the November 24 incident in which Turkish air forces shot down a Russian warplane engaged in an anti-terrorist operation in Syria. But most analysts do not expect a full-blown conflict between Russia and NATO member Turkey.
An Armenian National Security Service task force combating terrorism (Alfa) and workers of the Armenian Police’s head department combating organized crime have reportedly “neutralized” a group of armed people in Yerevan that allegedly planned to carry out terrorist acts in the Armenian capital.
Ahead of the possible meeting on December 1 in Paris between Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev politicians and experts think that one should not have high expectations, because in the long run Armenia does not have a partner for peace negotiations.
Armenia’s National Security Service (NSS) on Wednesday said that as a result of operations of its bodies an organized criminal group that planned to carry out a number of heavy crimes in the territory of Armenia had been exposed.
The First Armenian Front begins “consistent struggle” to achieve the resignation of Football Federation of Armenia (FAF) President Ruben Hayrapetyan, its representative said Tuesday night after another protest near the FAF headquarters in Yerevan.
Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abarhamyan on Tuesday attended the premiere of a performance dedicated to the Armenian Genocide Centennial that was staged based on the “One Hour of Memory” play by Armenian novelist and playwright Karine Khodikyan.
According to the latest sociological survey results, the number of citizens who favor constitutional changes slightly exceeds the number of those who are against them, Ruben Sahakyan, the head of the APR (Advanced Public Research) Group research organization, told media on Tuesday.
Varduhi Varderesyan, a popular actress loved by many for her roles in theater and cinema, died on November 24 at the age of 87.
The news was confirmed to media by the Union of Theater Workers of Armenia.
For about two weeks now that the campaigners of “Yes” and “No”, divided into “northern” and “southern” groups, have been traveling around Armenia presenting their views on the draft constitutional changes before the public as part of a new reality show on TV.