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Classical concert season 2016-2017 to open in Armenia with support of  Beeline 
Sep06

Classical concert season 2016-2017 to open in Armenia with support of  Beeline 

ArmInfo. At 19:00 today, on September 6, members of the Board of Trustees of “Classical Music Development” Foundation, musicians of Aram Khachaturian Trio will give a concert at Komitas Chamber Music House with Beeline support, which will mark the launch of the 2016-2017 concert season. “I congratulate the musicians of Aram...

Inclusion of Areximbank-GPB Group in sanctions list of US Department  of Treasury will not affect stability of its operation 
Sep06

Inclusion of Areximbank-GPB Group in sanctions list of US Department  of Treasury will not affect stability of its operation 

ArmInfo.Yerevan, September 6. ArmInfo. Karina Melikyan. Inclusion of Areximbank-GPB Group in sanctions list of US Department of Treasury will not affect stability of its operation. The bank operates as usual. The press-service of the bank has told ArmInfo on September 6, that orders of all the clients- physical ones and legal entities, all the...

Ukraine President: Tougher to secure Western support against Russia
Sep06

Ukraine President: Tougher to secure Western support against Russia

Poroshenko said Europe’s internal strength was being tested by external issues such as the migration crisis and militant attacks. …read more Source:...

Obama and Putin agree to continue Syria talks
Sep05

Obama and Putin agree to continue Syria talks

PHOTO: EPA/CHIP SOMODEVILLA/POOL The meeting of Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama went off well and lasted longer than planned. The Syrian issue and Ukraine were discussed first and foremost, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters following talks on Monday, TASS reports. “The meeting lasted longer than...

Putin, Obama meet on sidelines of G20 Summit /updated/
Sep05

Putin, Obama meet on sidelines of G20 Summit /updated/

12.24 The meeting of Russian and U.S. Presidents ‘lasted longer than expected.’ The heads of the two countries discussed issues related to Syria and Ukraine. “This was followed by a tête-à-tête meeting of the two presidents,” said Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary for the President of Russia. 11.40 The meeting of Russian and U.S. Presidents...

Putin-Obama meeting went off well – Kremlin
Sep05

Putin-Obama meeting went off well – Kremlin

“The meeting lasted longer than planned. (The two presidents) discussed, above all, Syria and Ukraine. After that Obama and Putin a one-on-one meeting behind closed doors,” the Kremlin spokesman said. …read more Source:...

Issue of Crimea's territorial belonging historically closed: Putin
Sep03

Issue of Crimea's territorial belonging historically closed: Putin

“The people of Crimea have made their decision, they have voted [in a referendum],” he said. “There could be no return to the previous system.” …read more Source:...

Membership to EEU was the Only Step Militarily and Politically, There was No other Way out: Vahagn Khachatryan
Sep03

Membership to EEU was the Only Step Militarily and Politically, There was No other Way out: Vahagn Khachatryan

It was stated on Armenia’s membership to the Customs Union after the meeting of RA and RF presidents Serzh Sargsyan and Vladimir Putin 3 September 2013 in Moscow. In April 2014 the National Assembly passed a voting on joining the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). Only 7 MPs voted against: 4 members of “Heritage” faction, Nikol Pashinyan from...

State Service for Food Safety of Armenia bans pork imports from Ukraine
Sep02

State Service for Food Safety of Armenia bans pork imports from Ukraine

The decision aims preventing the dissemination of African swine fever recorded in Ukraine into Armenia. …read more Source:...

The USA isn’t yet Ready to Settle Relations with Russia: U.S. Department of State
Aug31

The USA isn’t yet Ready to Settle Relations with Russia: U.S. Department of State

The USA isn’t yet ready to settle its relations with Russia. John Kirby, Spokesperson for the United States Department of State, told about this, “Ukrinform” reports. “Our views haven’t changed. It’s not yet time to return to ordinary relations with Russia due to wider framework of the issues, on account of our concerns on...

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