Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan today, April 15, has congratulated the Yezidi community of Armenia on Malake Taus, their New Year.
Armenia highly appreciates the support offered by the Council of Europe in the process of the ongoing democratic reforms implemented in the country, Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan said on Tuesday while receiving the visiting President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), Anne Brasseur.
Kim Kardashian, an American TV celebrity of Armenian origin, and her rapper husband Kanye West had their toddler daughter North baptized at Jerusalem’s Armenian church on Monday after a visit to Armenia that made international headlines.
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With a week’s delay caused by arrests of its leading members, Armenia’s radical opposition group, Founding Parliament, has published its declaration on “Forming and Developing the Armenian State”, stressing that the main goals of the 1990 Independence Declaration and the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Armenia have not been fulfilled.
The European Union has urged Armenia and Turkey to normalize relations after Pope Francis called the killings against Armenians “the first genocide of the twentieth century”.
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Despite a number of “compromise” steps, a positive approach to industrial policies, privileges granted to border villages and other decisions, critics say the government of Hovik Abrahamyan has failed to give a new impetus to large industrial enterprises during the one year of his premiership.
By a government decision April 23 this year is declared a non-working day. Instead, people will work on Saturday, April 18.
Kanye West, a world-renowned rapper and husband of Kim Kardashian, stole his half-Armenian wife’s thunder for a couple of hours last night as he gave a free concert to the Yerevan public – literally inside a man-made pond.
U.S. TV star Kim Kardashian and her family have taken a trip to Armenia’s second largest city of Gyumri where their distant relatives are said to have lived.
Armenian-American television star Kim Kardashian’s visit to Armenia has put the South Caucasus nation into an international media spotlight and, among other things, has prompted references to the 1915 Armenian Genocide in neighboring Turkey.