Armenia News Bulletin 02-08-11


  1. President Serzh Sargsyan met with the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  2. In Munich President Serzh Sargsyan met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia Kevin Rudd
  3. Hovik Abrahamyan considers the steps of Turkish authorities immoral
  4. Ireland’s Ambassador presents the copies of his credentials to Minister Nalbandian
  5. Expert: OSCE Minsk format cannot be changed
  6. Hovik Abrahamyan: ‘The idea of bicameral parliament is in its incipiency’
  7. Ruben Melkonyan says ‘Sabah’ famous for its information traps
  8. Hovik Abrahamyan says no issue between ARP and “Prosperous Armenia” party
  9. Artak Shakaryan: Mediation of Turkey in Egypt stems from propagating logic
  10. Hrayr Karapetyan calls on to boycott activity of PACE subcommittee on NK issue
  11. Hrayr Karapetyan says 30% of votes for ARF at forthcoming parliamentary elections satisfying
  12. ARF positively assesses wide discussion of the idea of two-chamber parliament
  13. International forum on labor issues in Yerevan
  14. Monument dedicated to memory of the victims of Armenian genocide in Geneva
  15. Armen Ashotyan: “Education in Armenia must be affordable, qualitative and efficient”
  16. YSU Rector: Curriculums must be designed by educational establishments and employers
  17. Educational cartoons by Public Television
  18. Mobility of Armenian citizens to increase in case of facilitation of process of getting visas
  19. Education and Science Ministry of Armenia to sign cooperation agreements with over 10 countries

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