Michigan Recognizes Artsakh Independence
Michigan became the 8th U.S. state to recognize the independent Republic of Artsakh today
State Sen. David Knezek Leads Resolution Calling for U.S. Recognition and Expansion of Economic and Cultural Ties with the Republic of Artsakh
LANSING, Mich.—Michigan became the 8th U.S. state to recognize the independent Republic of Artsakh (Nagor...
Government Sees Potential For Faster IT Growth In Armenia
Armenia - Prime Minister Karen Karapetian speaks at the ArmTech 2017 forum in Yerevan, 27Sep2017.
Prime Minister Karen Karapetian said on Wednesday that his government is ready to take “revolutionary” measures to help speed up the already rapid growth of Armenia’s information technology (IT) sector.
“We will consistently carry on with ...
Armenia Told to ‘Prepare’ for Visa-Free Travel to EU
(Azatutyun). A senior European Union diplomat urged Armenia’s government on Tuesday to start “internal preparations” for the eventual lifting of the EU’s stringent visa requirements for Armenian nationals.
“The experience of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine shows that each country needs to make many legislative and administrative changes in ...
Karabakh Armenians Hail Kurdish Independence Vote
(Azatutyun). Nagorno-Karabakh’s leadership on Wednesday welcomed the holding of a controversial referendum on independence in Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
By contrast, Armenia’s government reacted cautiously to Monday’s vote condemned by the Iraqi government as well as Turkey and Iran. A spokesman for the Armenian Foreign Ministry said only ...
Levon Aronian Wins FIDE World Cup
TBILISI, Georgia – On September 27, Armenia’s chess grandmaster Levon Aronian defeated China’s Ding Liren in the final to become the winner of the 2017 FIDE World Cup.
Aronian becomes the only player in the world to win the FIDE World Cup for the second time, after previously winning it 12 years ago.
Initially tied at 2-2, Aronian won ...