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Monday January 24, 2022
 
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Armenia quick news

Read updated news from the main English language online resources dealing with Armenia.

News from A+

 

I have decided to resign from the post of the President of the Republic: Armen Sargsyan

I have decided to resign from the post of the President of the Republic: Armen Sargsyan

23/01/22 17:32


UCOM TO OPERATE A NEW CALL CENTER IN VANADZOR

UCOM TO OPERATE A NEW CALL CENTER IN VANADZOR

22/01/22 07:56


US$ 25 million to Ameriabank for private sector lending (video)

US$ 25 million to Ameriabank for private sector lending

20/01/22 09:59


Ameriabank Brings Apple Pay to Customers 

A safer, more secure and private way to pay with iPhone and Apple Watch

18/01/22 08:39


Ameriabank has Raised EUR 15M Tier 2 Capital from Triodos Investment Management

Ameriabank has Raised EUR 15M Tier 2 Capital from Triodos Investment Management

23/12/21 15:09


Ucom takes part in the biggest "Big Christmas Market"

Ucom takes part in the biggest "Big Christmas Market"

22/12/21 11:20


Next Branch of Ameriabank Launched in Malatia-Sebastia

Next Branch of Ameriabank Launched in Malatia-Sebastia

21/12/21 16:22


Let's Play: the first piano lessons workbook in Armenian published over the past thirty years (video)

Pianist Ani Baghdasaryan has been smiling since morning.

21/12/21 14:09


News from Rfe/Rl

 

Kyrgyz Musician Says He Was Severely Beaten In Kazakh Custody, Suffered Multiple Injuries

A well-known Kyrgyz jazz musician, whom law enforcement in neighboring Kazakhstan arrested during deadly anti-government protests in Almaty and presented on TV as "an international terrorist" before his release, says he was severely beaten while in Kazakh custody. 

24/01/22 11:03


U.A.E. Intercepts Two Missiles Fired At Abu Dhabi In Further Escalation Of Conflict In Yemen

The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) intercepted and destroyed two Huthi ballistic missiles targeting the capital of the Gulf country on January 24, the Defense Ministry said.y

24/01/22 09:48


U.S., U.K. Withdrawing Some Embassy Staff From Kyiv; Ukraine Calls Move 'Premature'

The United States has ordered the departure of the families of employees of its embassy in Kyiv and said all U.S. citizens should consider leaving Ukraine due to the threat of military action from Russia.

24/01/22 03:11


Foreign Minister Says Euro-Atlantic Security Will Soon Be 'Decided In Ukraine'

Amid a Russian military buildup, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has called on the United States and Europe to treat Ukraine as part of the West that will never again be dominated by Moscow.

23/01/22 21:54


Protesters Demand Georgia Support Ukraine

Georgian activists gathered outside the Ukrainian Embassy in Tbilisi on January 23 to demonstrate their solidarity with Ukraine amid Russia's military buildup. The rally was also joined by Ukrainians and Belarusians based in Georgia. The protesters urged the Georgian government to send a clear message of solidarity with Ukraine. About 20 percent of Georgian territory is held by breakaway regions controlled by Russia.

23/01/22 20:36


Armenian President Unexpectedly Resigns

Armenian President Armen Sarkisian has resigned from the largely ceremonial position, citing a lack of power to influence policy during times of national crisis.

23/01/22 19:37


Blinken Rebuffs Calls For Preemptive Sanctions On Russia Over Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has rejected calls for preemptive sanctions against Russia, saying that doing so would undermine the West's ability to deter Moscow from any further potential aggression against Ukraine.

23/01/22 19:28


The Usual Suspects Spark An Unusual Call For 'Roexit' In Romania

After years of rarely being used, "Roexit," the catchword for Romania quitting the European Union over cultural and other nationalist grievances, has exploded on social and other media in recent months.

23/01/22 14:14


 

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