Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian and his governing coalition have formed a team to hold talks with the Armenian National Congress (HAK) in what is seen as another concession to the opposition alliance.
Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian has touted South Sudan's declaration of independence as a blueprint for resolving other ethnic and territorial conflicts.
A European Parliament member says Poland will push for closer relations with Eastern Partnership countries during its European Union presidency and will use Moldova as a "success model."
Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian today praised his country's expanding commercial ties with Russia, particularly the growing rate of exports to Russian markets.
The Armenian Apostolic Church has welcomed the decision by Georgian authorities that will allow it to gain legal status in Georgia.
Authorities in the breakaway Azerbaijani territory of Nagorno-Karabakh deny that a delay in the opening of an airport near the main city, Stepanakert, is due to threats made by Azerbaijan.
An Armenian government official in charge of links with the Armenian diaspora says she is concerned by outmigration trends in the country but downplayed talk of a "national disaster."
The leader of the breakaway Azerbaijani region of Nagorno-Karabakh has praised international mediators seeking to resolve the conflict over the disputed territory, saying they are working to prevent another Armenian-Azerbaijani war.
Opposition supporters have rallied in Armenia's capital Yerevan, vowing to push President Serzh Sarkisian out of office unless he calls early elections.
A senior U.S. military official says close defense ties with Russia do not impede Armenia's growing military cooperation with NATO and the United States in particular.
An Armenian military official has said that Yerevan is undaunted by Azerbaijan's ongoing military buildup and the recent purchase of sophisticated Russian antiaircraft missiles on display in Baku over the weekend.
Weeks of pronouncements hailing the chances for a "breakthrough" in the Nagorno- Karabakh peace process at the planned June 24 meeting in Kazan between the Armenian, Azerbaijani and Russian presidents have proven misplaced.