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As Armenia air carrier tickets become available, Company promises cheapest ticket for Yerevan-Tel Aviv flight
Mar22

As Armenia air carrier tickets become available, Company promises cheapest ticket for Yerevan-Tel Aviv flight

As promised, the first tickets of Armenia air carrier have become available, and the first flight will be to Tel Aviv. “For the time being, we are offering the cheapest tickets Yerevan-Tel Aviv,” Gevorg Khachatryan, the spokesperson for Armenia Airline, told ArmInfo. According to AviaGo.ru, online air ticket reservation, tickets for...

Armenian book printing in Ukraine turns 400 years old
Mar22

Armenian book printing in Ukraine turns 400 years old

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As early as in April Ucom and Orange Armenia subscribers will integrate under single Ucom brand
Mar21

As early as in April Ucom and Orange Armenia subscribers will integrate under single Ucom brand

Ucom and Orange Armenia entered the phase of brand change and will soon integrate under single Ucom brand. Ucom CEO Hayk Yesayan made this announcement at the meeting with journalists today, noting that the brand change phase will took place in April, followed by new offers, packages and services. He said the Ucom will assume the responsibility...

President Sargsyan: Last year Armenian Armed Forces received modern armaments and 
guarantees of future supplies
Mar21

President Sargsyan: Last year Armenian Armed Forces received modern armaments and guarantees of future supplies

The President also referred to the escalation of the situation on the contact line last year, as well as the situation surrounding Armenia, Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings
Mar21

Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings

A Russian court has found Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko guilty of murder, according to Russian news agencies, as a controversial trial in the south of the country drew to a close. One of the panel of three judges began reading the verdict in the case, which has caused an international outcry, on Monday morning. The full reading was expected...

“The West was Convinced—There is no Potential for Color Revolution in Armenia”
Mar21

“The West was Convinced—There is no Potential for Color Revolution in Armenia”

Armen Badalyan, political and election technologies expert, is the interviewee of 168.am. –Mr. Badalyan, as we know, David Harutyunyan, Chief of Staff of RA Government, an MP, announced they are ready to agree on negotiating and discussing the new Electoral Code by “4+4+4” format with opposition and civil society submitted by Levon Zurabyan. In...

Russian court finds Ukrainian pilot Savchenko guilty
Mar21

Russian court finds Ukrainian pilot Savchenko guilty

A Russian court has found Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko guilty in the case of two Russian journalists killed by mortar fire, the BBC reports. Prosecutors argued that she ordered the mortar fire that killed the journalists in eastern Ukraine and want her jailed for 23 years. But her lawyer said phone records proved she was captured by...

Euronest Parliamentary Assembly session to be held this week
Mar21

Euronest Parliamentary Assembly session to be held this week

MEPs and parliamentarians from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine meet this week to discuss energy cooperation and common security threats. A session of the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly, which brings together MEPs and Armenian, Georgian, Moldovan and Ukrainian parliamentarians, takes place in Brussels this week. …read more Source:...

Sergei Parajanov’s Last Birthday in Tbilisi
Mar21

Sergei Parajanov’s Last Birthday in Tbilisi

This photo is the evidence of the last birthday of the world cinematography greatest Master, taken 9 January 1990, before his house in Tbilisi. Next to Parajanov in the photo is Svetlana Scherbatyuk, his lovely wife, with whom the director got acquainted in mid-1950s, during the years he lived in Kiev. Friends to the family were telling in their...

Donetsk court to announce verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko
Mar21

Donetsk court to announce verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko

A court in Donetsk City will announce on Monday the verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, accused of participating in the murder of Russian journalists in war-torn eastern Ukraine. The judge who began reading the verdict this morning said in his opening speech that Savchenko, who served in a volunteer Ukrainian battalion at the...

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