- Armenia’s Health Ministry confirms that thus far 4,221 people have been vaccinated against covid.
- Parliament votes down Acting PM Pashinyan’s candidacy, moving the country towards elections.
👉Armenian Defense Ministry confirms an incursion by Azerbaijani forces took place in Syunik. 👉The Georgian Prime Minister has arrived in Yerevan. 👉14,000 more doses of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine arrive in Armenia. 👉Freedom House calls on Azerbaijan to cooperate with the ECHR regarding the POWs issue. Source: Ruptly
A leader In the Armenian IT world, ServiceTitan is valued at $8.3 billion. The company is the world’s leading software provider for home services, and it is founded by two Armenian-Americans, Vahe Kuzoyan and Ara Mahdessian. In 2018, the California-based company decided to establish a new office in Armenia.
Over the coming years, Armenians traveling to other Eastern partner countries can look forward to a gradual fall in roaming costs within the framework of the Regional Roaming Agreement, supported by the EU4Digital Initiative. However, the signing of this agreement – expected in the autumn of 2021 – is just the start, as much of its success will depend on the work of the signatory countries over the coming years. The agreement provides for a reduction in roaming tariffs for signatory countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) over the next few years. By the end of 2026, roaming […]
Hundreds of people marched from the center of Yerevan to Armenia’s Yerablur Military Cemetery on May 9 to honor the thousands of soldiers who fell in the First and Second Artsakh wars. May 8 and May 9 mark Shushi Liberation Day, a national holiday, when Armenians celebrated the liberation of the Karabakh city from Azerbaijani forces in 1992. This year, however, the festivities turned into a commemoration – Shushi was captured by Azerbaijani forces in November 2020.