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EU Delegation welcomes Armenian government's commitment to pursue justice reform
The EU Delegation and EU Member States resident in Armenia consider that a comprehensive and far-reaching judicial reform based on a high-quality, whole-of-sector reform strategy, is vital for Armenia's democratic future
Armenia and Djibouti established diplomatic relations
Following the signing ceremony of the Joint Declaration, the Ambassadors discussed issues of cooperation between Armenia and Djibouti at the United Nations and within the framework of La Francophonie, as well as prospects of expanding the partnership between Armenia and the countries of the African continent.
We should be ready for the world we'll have 20 years from now, Armenian President says
President Armen Sarkissian congratulated those present on the commencement of the works of the 16th Eurasian Media Forum. He underscored that he had his input to the creation of the Forum at the beginning of 2000s
UEFA slammed by Amnesty International for holding Europa League final in Baku
In a statement, Amnesty International UK director Kate Allen said: 'Fans will be glued to their TVs during this game but we must ensure that Azerbaijan isn't allowed to 'sportswash' its appalling human rights record as a result of the football fanfare.
New video game educates on Armenian Genocide
Lebanese-Armenian developer Garabed Khachadour has created a video game "Mayrig" (meaning mother in Armenian) that educated users on Armenian Genocide. He has based his game on his great-grandmother and his grandfather, the only two survivors from their village during the 1915 Armenian genocide.
California Senate passes California-Armenia Trade Office bill
SB 302 has Senator Scott Wilk (R- Santa Clarita) as a principal co-author and its co-authors are senators Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger), Scott Winer (D-San Francisco), Henry Stern (D- Calabasas), as well as State Assmebly members Autumn Burke (D- Inglewood) and Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley).
Council of Europe to send experts to Yerevan
They agreed that the reform process, including the fight against corruption and the reform of the judiciary, should proceed in conformity with the Constitution, the relevant international standards and Armenia's obligations as a member State of the Council of Europe.