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Yandex to expand services in Armenia
The Yandex executives presented their ongoing programs and plans for implementing new projects in Armenia. They imparted their interest in expanding the Company’s activities in our country and assured of their readiness for close cooperation with the Armenian government. The Yandex representatives noted that the Company is going to offer new services to the Armenian market in the field of tourism and small business development
Acting chief of Supreme Judicial Council resigns
He pledged to continue supporting the judicial council, his skilled and honest colleagues within the framework of his “modest capacities,” to ensure that the reforms pass exceptionally in full compliance with the Constitution and international commitments
Armenia's Minister of Justice announces resignation
“Assuming Minister’s mandate at such a historic moment for our people was a huge responsibility, but also a step aimed at having a chance to gradually solve the legal issues which emerged during my activity as advocate,” Zeynalyan said in a Facebook post.
Georgia welcomes Armenia's stance on UN resolution on IDPs
Georgia appreciates Armenia’s step, Gigi Tsereteli, Georgian President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, told Public Radio of Armenia. According to him, it can mark a breakthrough in Armenian-Georgian relations, although they have always been on a high level.
Armenian Genocide commemoration held in Canberra
The event, organised by the Armenian National Committee of Australia - Canberra Branch (ANC-AU Canberra Branch), was held at the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Legislative Assembly's Reception Hall and attracted over 50 guests. They included ACT parliamentarians, representatives from embassies and government departments, as well as NGOs, Jewish, Greek, Cypriot and Armenian organisations along with academics and media.
Time for Armenians worldwide to achieve greater success in the Republic of Armenia - PM
Nikol Pashinyan emphasized that tangible progress has been recorded in our country in the first quarter of this year. “The Republic of Armenia was the fastest growing economy in the EAEU according to last year’s data. We continued to maintain our leading positions as of the first quarter of this year. Armenia boasts the highest economic growth rate in the EAEU, which is 7.1%. In April, economic activity was 9.2%. This does not mean at all that everything is excellent, but it means that development groundwork has started working,” the Premier said, noting that a free economic field should be formed in Armenia.
Armenia keen to expand relations with both Russia and Georgia - FM
Armenia has traditionally voted against similar documents, which Georgia has tabled every year since 2008. This year Armenia opted not to join countries such as Belarus, Burundi, Cuba, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Zimbabwe and others by simply skipping the voting.