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    Serzh Sargsyan: Visa-free regime with Iran gave a powerful stimulus  to the growth of the number of Iranian tourists to Armenia
    Aug01

    Serzh Sargsyan: Visa-free regime with Iran gave a powerful stimulus  to the growth of the number of Iranian tourists to Armenia

    ArmInfo.The visa-free regime introduced between Armenia and Iran gave a powerful stimulus to the growth of the number of Iranian tourists in Armenia. This was stated by Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in an interview with the leading Iranian newspaper “Sharh”. According to the President of the Republic, the Armenian side attaches...

    Legal status of foreign nationals
    Aug01

    Legal status of foreign nationals

    Visa and Registration Requirements Subject to the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic,[1] foreign nationals and stateless persons may enter the Kyrgyz Republic for temporary or permanent residence on the basis of a visa, temporary or permanent residence permit. Visa Requirements and Visa-Free Travel Initial issuance of all categories of visas is...

    A look from Moscow: It`s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia,  cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature
    Aug01

    A look from Moscow: It`s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia,  cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature

    ArmInfo.It’s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia, cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature. The director of the EurAsEC Institute Vladimir Lepekhin told ArmInfo about it.”Russia, of course, is dissatisfied with NATO’s activity on its borders, but this displeasure has nothing to do with the participation of the...

    Pilot saves 127 passengers in 'blind' landing after hailstones shatter plane windscreen
    Aug01

    Pilot saves 127 passengers in 'blind' landing after hailstones shatter plane windscreen

    A Ukrainian captain from AtlasGlobal, a Turkish airline, has been hailed as a hero for making a safe landing after an unexpected hail storm wrecked the aircraft’s windscreen last Friday (July 28). With low visibility, Captain Alexander Akopov was forced to execute a ‘blind’ landing. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine finally battens down its leaky cyber hatches after attacks
    Aug01

    Ukraine finally battens down its leaky cyber hatches after attacks

    KIEV (Reuters) – When the chief of Microsoft Ukraine switched jobs to work for President Petro Poroshenko, he found that everyone in the office used the same login password. It wasn’t the only symptom of lax IT security in a country suffering crippling cyber attacks. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine finally battens down its leaky cyber hatches after attacks
    Aug01

    Ukraine finally battens down its leaky cyber hatches after attacks

    When the chief of Microsoft Ukraine switched jobs to work for President Petro Poroshenko, he found that everyone in the office used the same login password. It wasn’t the only symptom of lax IT security in a country suffering crippling cyber attacks. …read more Source:...

    Language Diversity in Myanmar—A Blessing in Disguise?
    Aug01

    Language Diversity in Myanmar—A Blessing in Disguise?

    My father told me a story that happened to two of his friends on a tram in Warsaw in the 1980s. Both men were from the Podlasie region in northeast Poland and were having a conversation in their local dialect, which is a mixture of Polish, Ukrainian and Belarusian. At some point one of the passengers nearby whispered loudly to his neighbor: “Can...

    Russia defends slashing US mission as hope fades of better ties
    Aug01

    Russia defends slashing US mission as hope fades of better ties

    Moscow on Monday sought to justify its decision to purge US diplomatic personnel in the country, as the Kremlin appeared to give up on hopes of improving ties anytime soon under Donald Trump.President Vladimir Putin announced Sunday that Washington will have to cut its diplomatic mission in Russia by 755 employees, as Moscow struck back against...

    US ‘reviewing options’ after Putin orders embassy cuts
    Aug01

    US ‘reviewing options’ after Putin orders embassy cuts

    WASHINGTON: Washington is reviewing its options after the Kremlin ordered it to shrink its diplomatic mission in Russia, and President Donald Trump still intends to sign new sanctions into law. Questioned by reporters Monday, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders had only a low-key response to President Vladimir Putin’s...

    Russia defends slashing American mission
    Aug01

    Russia defends slashing American mission

    MOSCOW: Moscow on Monday sought to justify its decision to purge US diplomatic personnel in the country, as the Kremlin appeared to give up on hopes of improving ties anytime soon under Donald Trump. President Vladimir Putin announced on Sunday that Washington will have to cut its diplomatic mission in Russia by 755 employees, as Moscow struck...

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