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Rebels burn two police cars on territory of seized building

Newspaper: Zhirayr Sefilyan does not refuse from the demand of Serzh Sargsyan's resignation

Oppositionists at Khorenatsi Street demand from Armenian authorities to refute information that armed groups from Chechen Republic are arrivING in the country

In H1, Anelik Bank registered growth of incoming money transfers by 26% y-o-y amid growth of outgoing transfers by 41% y-o-y

Charges pressed against three citizens for using violence against policemen in Yerevan

Founding Parliament: Helicopters of the 102nd Russian military base are on the way to Yerevan

National Security Service of Armenia reports new detentions and exposure of criminal group tied with "Daredevils of Sasoun"

Charges pressed against six citizens, another six citizens detained related to mass disorders in Yerevan

Delegation of Armenian Armed Forces General Staff travels to Minsk

National Security Service of Armenia calls on "Daredevils of Sasoun" to display their reasonableness, put down arms and surrender

Forecast: Precedent of "Daredevils of Sasoun" may spark more attempts of radical steps against authorities

Oppositionist says major topic of possible Sefilyan-Sargsyan meeting will be peaceful resolution of standoff rather than resignation of president

Members of opposition group threaten with civil disobedience throughout Armenia

Viva-Cell MTS offers roaming in Europe at special tariffs

TUMO Center for Creative Technologies to open in Koghb, near border village in Tavush region

Vitaly Balasanyan assures: President will invite Jirayr Sefilyan for a talk, after "Daredevils of Sasoun" put down arms and surrender

Democratic Party of Armenia comes out from political position, as standoff continues in Yerevan

Azerbaijan keeps violating ceasefire on Karabakh-Azerbaijan Line of Contact

Night at seized police patrol service station passed without incidents: Standoff in Yerevan enters day 8

"Daredevils of Sasoun" burn police car

Mass media: Activist Ani Navasardyan detained on charge of provoking mass unrest

Serviceman of NKR Defense Army killed from adversary's shot

Group of journalists arrives at seized building of the Police Patrol Service Regiment

Investigative Committee: Charges pressed against three citizens of Armenia for participation in mass disorders

"Sasna Tsrer" released the rest two hostages -Osipyan and Yeghiazaryan

Russian Foreign Ministry criticized EU's statement on events in Yerevan

Major General Vitaly Balasanyan provides details of his meeting with "Daredevils of Sasoun"

Armenian Foreign Ministry verifying if there were citizens of Armenia among Munich shooting casualties

National Security of Armenia confirms: Members of armed group voluntarily release two of four hostages

National Security Service of Armenia says two persons tied to armed group detained

Nikol Pashinyan: Levon Ter-Petrosyan and Serzh Sargsyan plot yielding territories around Nagorno Karabakh to Azerbaijan

"Daredevils of Sasoun" reportedly releases two of four hostages

NKR Defense Army soldier wounded, as Azerbaijan violates ceasefire

Armenia and UAE sign agreement to boost and protect investments

Sharmazanov: It is more likely that Kura River changes its course and falls into Black Sea than Karabakh becomes part of Azerbaijan with any status

Galust Sahakyan: Talks on possible resignation of Armenian government are rumors

Russian political scientist: Destabilization of situation and pressure on authorities prevail in "Sasna Tsrer" group's actions

Statements that five districts adjacent to Nagorno Karabakh will be passed to Azerbaijan exert pressure on the process, Bryza says

Levon Ter-Petrosyan: It is senseless to analyze the reasons that led to armed seizure of state building

President: In Armenia problems are not settled through brutal force and hostage taking - this situation continues longer than we can afford

Serzh Sargsyan: Punishment of those guilty inevitable

Newspaper: After talks with "Daredevils of Sasoun," Vitaly Balasanyan met with Serzh Sargsyan

Social media warn: physical attack prepared on Nikol Pashinyan

Views from Tel Aviv: Loss of control over country may push external powers to settle Karabakh conflict not in favor of Armenian people

Armenia's Defense Ministry confirms: Azerbaijani side targets school in near border village of Movses

Maria Zakharova slams Armenian and Azerbaijani journalists

Azerbaijan keeps intensively violating ceasefire on Line of Contact

Republican Party of Armenia for peaceful resolution of standoff and hostage situation in Yerevan

Night was calm near seized building of Patrol Police Station in Yerevan

Government of Armenia dismisses idea of creating "Aviation Code"

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Armenian students of the ELTE University in Budapest not allowed to the meeting with Turkish premier

  • Monday, February 11, 17:57

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan was in Budapest on Feb 5. A diplomatic source reports that a meeting with the students of ELTE University was among the events on agenda of Erdogan's visit. Armenian students, who were informed of the meeting beforehand, prepared questions for the Turkish premier. 
However, Turkish Armenophobia was reflected even in Budapest i.e.  the Armenian and Greek students were not allowed to the meeting at the last moment.

Greek students along with others from Syria and Armenia protested Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Budapest. During his lecture, they stood outside the university where he was speaking and called him terrorist, insisting Turkey recognize the Armenian Genocide.

To recall, on August 31 2012 the Armenian authorities adopted a decision to suspend diplomatic relations and official contacts with Hungary. President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan made public the decision at a special meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions on Friday after the Hungarian authorities extradited Azeri officer Ramil Safarov, who was sentenced by a Hungarian court to life in jail for killing sleeping Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan with an axe in Budapest in 2004. Both the officers were undergoing an English language course under the NATO PfP program. The same day after Safarov's extradition, Azeri President Ilham Aliyev decreed to pardon the criminal.

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