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French Mayors to appeal court decisions on revoking agreements with Artsakh
The friendship between the French and Artsakh cities will get a boost following the courts’ decisions, Artsakh’s Representative to France Hovhannes Gevorgyan told Public Radio of Armenia. According to him, on these days the political circles in France – MPs, Mayors and Senators are offering support to the Artsakh authorities, saying that the friendship is irrevocable.
Zareh Sinanyan appointed as High Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs
Last week Zareh Sinanyan submitted a letter resigning his position on Glendale City Council effective immediately. He confirmed that he would be accepting a high-ranking position in the government of the Republic of Armenia.
New solar power plant to be built in Armenia's Gladzor
The project funded by the European Union aims to foster employment by improving competitiveness of SMEs in tourism sector in Vayots Dzor region. This will be achieved through the promotion of environmentally and financially sustainable practices, particularly, eco-tourism combined with the adoption of renewable energy sources and efficient energy practices.
Kardashian joins Trump at White House to promote prisoner reentry effort
At an East Room event attended by Cabinet secretaries, activist and formerly incarcerated people, Kardashian West announced the creation of a new ride-sharing partnership that will give former prisoners gift cards to help them get to and from job interviews, work and family events.
Rep. Jackie Speier rallies support for additional $40 million appropriation for Armenia
Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chair Jackie Speier (D-CA) took to the U.S. House floor today to make the case for an amendment – backed by fellow Caucus leaders Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Adam Schiff (D-CA) – allocating an additional $40 million in democracy aid to Armenia