Yerevan says will respond in kind if Azerbaijan doesn't leave Armenian soil
Alen Simonyan said if the Azerbaijani military does not withdraw from Armenian territory, Armenia will respond in kind.
Armenia: Question of joining Russia's Union State not on the agenda
The question of Armenia's joining the Union State of Russia and Belarus is not on the agenda.
Karabakh slams statement from U.S. as “disappointing”
The Foreign Ministry of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) on Wednesday, May 31 slammed remarks from a U․S․ State Department Spokesperson.
EU hopes Armenia, Azerbaijan will confirm political will to normalize ties
Charles Michel said he will have a "very important meeting" on June 1 with Ilham Aliyev and Nikol Pashinian.
Exclusive novelties, best bands, Armenian culture: Armenia Wine to join Yerevan Wine Days
The beloved Yerevan festival will take place this year on June 2, 3 and 4, on Saryan Street.
Claudio Zola: We hope some of these Armenian children will become professional footballers
The Camp has kicked off in Yerevan bringing together Italian coaches, kids and teens from Armenian.
Team Group of Companies acquires 30% of Georgian SkyTel
Team Group of Companies has acquired 30% of SkyTel, one of the three leading telecommunications operators in Georgia.
IDBank's Visa Business Platinum card now with more profitable terms
Customers can get IDBank's Visa Business Platinum payment card with a monthly service fee of AMD 3,000 or AMD 30,000 per year.
Politico: Armenia seems cooling on Moscow, Georgia getting friendlier
Armenia seems decidedly cooling on Moscow, while Georgia appears to be getting friendlier, Politico says in a fresh article.
Armenia wants “adequate” response for U.S. to Baku's threats
The Armenian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday, May 31 said the United States should adequately respond to Azerbaijan’s statements.
ECHR tells Azerbaijan to provide info on two Armenian troops it abducted
The Court demanded that Baku clarify whether the soldiers recently abducted by the Azerbaijani military are being held as prisoners of war.
Russia again reports ceasefire violation in Karabakh
Russian peacekeepers have again registered a violation of the ceasefire in Karabakh, according to a statement from the Russian Defense Ministry.
Azerbaijan increasing defense spending for 2023 by $650 million
In 2023, the Azerbaijani government will increase the country’s defense budget by more than 1.1 billion manats ($650 million).
U.S. “welcomes” Aliyev’s remarks on amnesty for Karabakh officials
The U.S. Department of State has welcomed Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s recent remarks on “consideration of amnesty” for Karabakh officials.
Azerbaijan uses mortars to violate Karabakh ceasefire
On May 30, the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan deployed firearms and mortars to violate the ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh.
Armenia attracts record amount of foreign direct investments, says Minister
Kerobyan has said that for the first time in the history of Armenia, the volume of foreign direct investments amounted to about $1 billion.
Yerevan: Recognition of Azerbaijan’s territory no green light for ethnic cleansing
The Foreign Ministry says the recognition of the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan cannot be interpreted as the authority to implement ethnic cleansing.
Armenia denies Azerbaijan's ceasefire accusations
The Armenian Defense Ministry has denied reports from Baku alleging that Armenian forces violated the ceasefire in several section of the border overnight.
Ucom unveils new roaming tariff for over 65 countries
Ucom’s mobile voice service subscribers can now enjoy a starting rate of 2.99 AMD per 1 MB when travelling to more than 65 European.
Armenian official: Azerbaijan razes Great Patriotic War memorial to the ground
Azerbaijan has razed to the ground the Glory Memorial in Berdzor, Nagorno Karabakh, perpetuating the memory of those killed in the Great Patriotic War.
Moscow drone attack damages buildings, mayor says
The capital city's mayor, Sergei Sobyanin, says there have been no serious injuries.
Armenia says wants to know if Azerbaijan rejects int’l obligations
Pashinyan considers the statements of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev made on May 28 “incomprehensible”.
Aliyev wants border delimitation on Baku's terms
Ilham Aliyev has said that the delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border should be carried out on Baku's terms.
Pashinyan congratulates Erdogan on re-election as Turkish President
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Sunday, May 28 congratulated Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his re-election as Turkish President.
Armenia OKs Russian consulate in country’s south
Armenia has responded positively to the proposal to open a Russian consulate in the city of Kapan, Syunik province.
Karabakh denies Azerbaijan’s ceasefire accusations
The Defense Army of Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) has denied firing on Azerbaijani positions across the line of contact.
Aliyev: Karabakh Parliament must be dissolved, person calling themselves President must surrender
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev also made new threats against the people of Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh).
Armenian Foreign Minister meets U.S. Co-Chair of OSCE Minsk Group
Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan met with Louis Bono, the Senior Adviser for Caucasus Negotiations.
Armenia, U.S. team up to fight illegal drug trafficking in region
Armenia and the United States will cooperate in the the fight against illegal drug trafficking in the region.
Armenian parliament delegation to travel to UK on June 6-9
A delegation led by National Assembly President Alen Simonyan will leave for London, United Kingdom
Singing of Armenia-Azerbaijan peace treaty “not on agenda” in Moldova
The Foreign Ministry has said that the signing of a peace treaty in Chisinau is not included in the agenda.
Karabakh President presides over Security Council meeting
According to a statement from his office, issues related to foreign political and security were on the table.
Armenian army loses communication with two servicemen
The Defense Ministry reports losing communication with two servicemen of the Armenian Armed Forces.
U.S. says supports continuation of Armenia-Azerbaijan talks
The Department of State supports the continuation of talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Spokesperson for the Department of State Matthew Miller says.
Ucom to expand fixed network, bring fastest internet to 6 more Armenian cities
Ucom will extend its fixed network coverage to include the regional cities of Gavar, Sevan, Ijevan, Artashat, Ashtarak, and Goris.
Armenia, Russia, Azerbaijan to discuss unblocking of transport links
Olexei Overchuk has commented on negotiations on the unblocking of roads in the South Caucasus.
Czech Embassy in Armenia suspends registration for Schengen visa applicants
The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Armenia has temporarily suspended admittance of Schengen visa applicants “due to organizational and technical reasons”.
Shoigu accuses West of trying to discredit Russian peacekeeping policy in Karabakh
The West is trying in every possible way to intervene in the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.
Inter retain Coppa Italia crown
Midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan is now a Coppa Italia winner after Inter Milan won their secured consecutive title at the Stadio Olimpico.
Armenian Defense Minister won’t attend CSTO meeting "for technical reasons"
Suren Papikyan will not take part in the meeting of the Council of Heads of the CSTO Defense Ministry on May 25 in Minsk “for technical reasons”.
Tokayev singles out Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia within EAEU integration
President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev delivered remarks at a meeting of the Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow on May 25.
Arizona affirms Karabakh right to self-determination
The Arizona Legislature has affirmed the Republic of Nagorno Karabakh right to self-determination.
Armenia, U.S. discuss Karabakh humanitarian situation
Armenia’s Ambassador to the United States Lilit Makunts had a meeting with Congresswoman Sarah Jacobs (D-California) on July 25.
Pashinyan travels to Moscow ahead of Armenia-Russia-Azerbaijan summit
Pashinyan arrived in Moscow on Wednesday, May 24 ahead of a summit with Putin Aliyev.
U.S. mulls building small modular nuclear reactors in Armenia
The United States is considering the possibility of building “small modular nuclear reactors” in several Eurasian countries, including Armenia.
UK: Armenian-Azerbaijani peace accord could end Karabakh blockade
Docherty has said that Britain’s strong alliances with Turkey and Azerbaijan shouldn’t hinder London having a deep and meaningful relationship with Armenia.
Britain’s ties with Turkey, Azerbaijan “shouldn’t hinder relationship with Armenia”
Docherty has said that Britain’s strong alliances with Turkey and Azerbaijan shouldn’t hinder London having a deep and meaningful relationship with Armenia.
Great House of Cilicia expresses support for Karabakh parliament’s views
The Armenian Catholicosate of the Great House of Cilicia has expressed support for a statement issued by the National Assembly of Artsakh.
Turkey hopes Armenia will "correct mistake", remove Genocide-related monument
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said he hopes that Armenia will "correct its mistake" and dismantle a statue dedicated to Operation Nemesis.
U.S. says has presented proposals to Armenia, Azerbaijan
The U.S. has presented its proposals to Armenia and Azerbaijan on resolving some of the most contentious issues.