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Turkish Constitutional Court to take on the issue of Armenian Patriarch's election
The late Patriarch Mesrob Mutafyan’s inability to perform his duties from 2008 prompted the Armenian community to initiate a process of election of his successor. However, the Turkish state declared in 2010 that a new Patriarch could not be elected as long as the acting Patriarch was alive and allowed to elect a General Vicar. Archbishop Aram Ateshyan was elected to the post that had never existed before.
Armenia, Italy to cooperate to improve control in criminal investigation
Chairman of SRC Davit Ananyan emphasized the importance of the cooperation between the two countries and pointed out that active cooperation with the tax administrations of leading countries is among the focal areas of the committee’s strategy, which helps identify challenges and work effectively to improve
Federica Mogherini: EU is a crucial partner for Armenia's reform agenda
The European Union has been and will continue be the biggest supporter of the Armenian government's ambitious reform plan, which is consolidating democracy, the rule of law and promoting human rights in the country
PACE monitors express concern at Armenian Prime Minister’s call to block courts
The statement follows Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's call to citizens to block the entrances and exits of courts, on 19 May. This call followed a judge’s decision to release former President Kocharyan from pre-trial detention.
Tickets now on sale for World UT Congress 2019 in Yerevan
Discounted rates are available for members of the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (WCIT 2019 organizer), members of the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WCIT founder), and local Armenian participants