Thursday, 10th May 2018

In a telephone conversation on Tuesday, Morgherini and Pashinyan agreed on the importance of the partnership between the European Union and Armenia and looked forward to meeting in person at the earliest opportunity

Wednesday, 9th May 2018

"For two decades, until yesterday, Armenia has been ruled by persons who originally hailed from Karabakh - Robert Kocharian and Serzh Sargsyan". "One needs to see what new dynamic will emerge in the relationship between Yerevan and Stepanakert" under Pashinyam's leadership, said political editor in a comment.

Tuesday, 8th May 2018

Pashinyan was supported by 59 votes against 42 in a vote in the country's parliament. The vote was received with loud cheers and chants by tens of thousands of people who crowded on Yerevan's Republic Square awaiting the result

Monday, 7th May 2018

Recent popular protests in Armenia may not necessarily amount to a revolution, and this may be for the best. In any case Nikol Pashinyan is more a Vaclav Havel than a Leon Trotsky, and he has already indicated what are his priorities for change in the country, argues Dennis Sammut

Saturday, 5th May 2018

The Greek navy said the collision in Greek waters southeast of the island of Lesbos was caused by the Turkish ship breaching international shipping safety rules. The incident comes amid heightened tension between Greece and Turkey over Aegean territorial rights.