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PM Pashinyan calls for investigation of April War circumstances
Speaking about Armenia-Artsakh relations today, Pashinyan said “there are specific forces representing the former corrupt system who are attempting to implement the well-known scheme of sowing disagreement, contradictions and even incite enmity between the people of Artsakh and the people of Armenia in line with the “divide and rule” logic and in an effort to conceal the previously committed corruption crimes.”
Armenian PM calls for judiciary clean-up: What vetting envisages
Vetting is the set of processes for assessing the integrity of individuals (such as their adherence to relevant human rights standards) in order to determine their suitability for public employment. Countries transitioning to democracy and peace often utilize such processes to ensure that abusive or incompetent public employees are excluded from future public service.
Cafesjian Center for the Arts to host lecture on Charles Aznavour
During the lecture titled “Charles Aznavour – the artiste and the Armenian” Artsvi Bakhchinyan will touch upon the known and unknown episodes of Aznavour’s life, introducing the portrait of Aznavour artiste in a new light to the audience.
Armenian PM congratulates Ukraine's Zelensky on taking office
"Anchored on traditional friendship, the Armenian-Ukrainian ties have been continuously developing ever since the establishment of diplomatic relations. At the same time, I should note that the considerable potential inherent in our bilateral relations has not been fully tapped so far," Pashinyan said in the message.
Judges enter courts through windows, PM visits protesters
Pashinyan joined protesters in front of the Court of General Jurisdiction of Kentron and Nork Marash administrative district. He refrained from answering questions, saying that he will give answers to all questions during an address at noon that will be broadcast live.