Iranian Interior Minister Abdorreza Rahmani Fazli has said that no permissions will be issued to hold demonstrations for or against the ongoing nuclear talks across the country....
The government’s programs for support to agriculture helped make it possible to increase arable lands by nearly 15,000 hectares. ...
On May 27, the Institute for National Strategic Studies of the Ministry of Defense hosted U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Armenia Richard Mills. The purpose of the visit was to get acquainted with the plan for the creation of a National Defense Research University on the basis of the Institute for National Strategic Studies of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia through collaboration with the National Defense University. ...
At the invitation of President of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) Maria Slazak, the delegation of the Chamber of Advocates of the Republic of Armenia is in Gdansk, Poland to participate in the 123rd plenary session of the CCBE held on May 29. The delegation includes President of the Chamber of Advocates Ara Zohrabyan and First Deputy Artur Hovhannisyan.
During a May 27 open-door trial, the Supreme Court of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, examining through the appeal procedure the appeals submitted by Eric Beglaryan and Arkadi Israelyan, the attorneys for Dilham Askerov and Shahbaz Guliyev, who illegally crossed the state border of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic through Shahumyan in July 2014, decided to leave the March 10 verdict of the Court of Appeals of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic unchanged.
“When does a congressional fact-finding trip become an embarrassing junket? Ten House members and 32 of their staff members should be pondering that question now that their all-expenses-paid trip to Baku two years ago has been found by ethics investigators to have been secretly financed by Azerbaijan’s state-owned oil company. That would be a violation of House ethics rules and federal law against foreign governments’ intruding into United States policy,” The New York Times writes in its article titled “To Baku and Back With Freebies.''
Parliament passed an amendment to the criminal code that differentiates drug possession offences from illegal sale of narcotics during its first hearing on May 28.
An Iranian diplomat has denied reports that Iran and North Korea have had nuclear cooperation recently.
There are no Russian troops in Donbass, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday after Ukrainian media outlets had published a video interrogation of a captured soldier who introduced himself as a Russian soldier serving in the Special Forces.
A Turkish member of the Belgian parliament was expelled from her political party on Friday for not recognizing the Armenian Genocide.
UEFA President Michel Platini has given his reaction to the re-election of Joseph Blatter as FIFA President in Zurich earlier today. As reports “Armenpress”, citing the UEFA official website, Michel Platini said:
- Minister Ghazaryan to present his Belarusian counterpart to the opportunities of sport complex in Tsaghkadzor
- President of the Union of Armenians of Sasun addresses authorities with request to renovate Saint Karapet Monastery of Mush
- Brazil took a significant step for the prevention of genocides: Edward Nalbandyan
- Turkish politician expelled from Belgium party for refusing to recognize Armenian Genocide
- No demonstrations for or against nuclear talks allowed in Iran