Armenia did not request a postponement of a Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) summit that had been scheduled to be held in Yerevan on December 6, a spokesman for acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian has said.
An Armenian military aircraft has crashed during a training mission, killing its two pilots.
The Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) has postponed its summit initially scheduled for later this month, the Kremlin says.
Thousands of supporters of acting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian have rallied in Yerevan ahead of next month's snap general elections.
Thousands of supporters of acting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian rallied in Yerevan, the country's capital, on November 24.
Tax authorities in Armenia have accused the South Caucasus country’s national gas distribution company, which is owned by Russia’s Gazprom giant, of evading millions of dollars’ worth of taxes.
Armenia’s top court has overturned an earlier decision by a lower court to release former President Robert Kocharian from custody following coup charges leveled against him.
Eleven political parties and alliances have submitted documents to vie for seats in the Armenian parliament in the snap elections scheduled for December 9.
Armenia says it stands by its ambassador in Berlin despite a German television report on an Armenian mafia group in Germany that allegedly has ties to Yerevan's envoy.
The Armenian government is in talks with Moscow and Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom on the possibility of gaining a price cut for consumers of natural gas supplied to the South Caucasus country.
The Russian business newspaper Kommersant is reporting that Armenia may lose its temporary leadership position on a Russian-led defense organization as a result of its ouster of the current chairman.
Yerevan has recalled Mikayel Minasian, the son-in-law of former Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian, from his ambassador posts in the Vatican and Portugal.