Armenia’s Human Rights Defender and army among most trusted institutions, survey says

  • Armenia’s Human Rights Defender and Armed Forces are among the country’s most trusted institutions, according to a new survey by the Caucasus Research Resource Center.
  • The Armenian, Azerbaijani, and Russian deputy prime ministers met in Moscow to discuss ongoing efforts to unblock transport connections between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
  • Clashes between protesters and police in Yerevan left 60 people hospitalized and hundreds detained, as anti-government demonstrations stretch into their second month.
  • Azerbaijan blocked the Russian state news agency RIA Novosti after it published an interview with Karabakh State Minister Artak Beglaryan.

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