Armen Sargsyan is RPA’s candidate for President of Armenia

Armen Sargsyan is RPA’s candidate for President of Armenia

Armen Sargsyan, former Prime Minster of Armenia, Armenia’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, is the candidate of the Republican Party of Armenia for the position of the fourth President of Armenia.

Will EU EaP Issue a War Reference to Baku?

Will EU EaP Issue a War Reference to Baku?

Only one day is left to Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit in Brussels, in the framework of which Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) is expected to be signed.

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Armen Stepanyan: Spreading fears serves no good purpose

Armen Stepanyan: Spreading fears serves no good purpose

The difference in the quality of constructed roads and infrastructures is already visible for anyone who has ever seen a major construction and has anything to compare with. You can see the engineering solutions adopted from the best mining practice and advocated by us as a new approach in environmental management.

Armenia, Iran facilitate mutual trade and customs control

Armenia, Iran facilitate mutual trade and customs control

“The launch of joint gate and its operation means elimination of double control and procedures. The second part of the agreement clearly mentions the steps which facilitate the movement of goods via means of transport, as well as the passenger transportations”, Mirumyan said.

President Sargsyan sees opportunities for significance investment increase

President Sargsyan sees opportunities for significance investment increase

The president also commented on the figures which were promised by the previous governments, which performed partially. He commented about the opinions that during the parliamentary elections the ruling party didn’t perform its promises fully, and neither has the president during the presidential election – namely regarding the minimum wage, economic growth figures.

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Statistics of RPA votes

Statistics of RPA votes

Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Armenia has calculated preliminary results of parliamentary elections held on April 2 based on data received from all 2009 polling stations.

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