The Man Who Walked on The Moon Can’t Walk on Azerbaijan

Charles Duke Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh Demotivator by Kornelij

One of the 12 people who have walked on the moon – American astronaut Charles Duke will be included in the list of undesirable people in Azerbaijan as he “illegally visited” the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, which Azerbaijan considers its territory for some reason. Continue reading

About these ads

Armenia Officially Starts The Construction of North-South Highway

Armenia’s Ministry of Transport and Communication officially announced the start of a multimillion government project to upgrade Armenia’s main highways stretching more than 550 kilometers to neighboring Georgia and Iran, RFE/RL’s Armenian service (Azatutyun.am) reports. Continue reading

Saakashvili.”If you hate Armenians – I am an Armenian”

Georgia -- Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili,  July 2012: Photo of the Day, Photo from the official website: www.president.gov.ge

Georgia — Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, July 2012: Photo of the Day, Photo from the official website: http://www.president.gov.ge

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili gave an interview to Kanal PIK last week, speaking about a range of topics, including the Russia-Georgia 2008 war, Georgia’s reforms and answered to a personal question about his nationality. Continue reading

Tsarukian Signals Commitment to Putin’s Eurasian Union Plan

One of Armenia’s wealthiest businessman and leader of “Bargavach Hayastan” (Prosperous Armenia) party Gagik Tsarukian has backed the initiative of his party’s youth wing to hold the First Eurasian Youth Conference in the Armenian resort town of Tsakhadzor on August 22-27. Continue reading

The Economist says Armenia is “in the vice”

A view of Mt. Ararat from Yerevan

A view of Mt. Ararat from Yerevan | Photo by Ֆեյսբուքահայություն

“Armenia has a class of “30-something” technocrats, whose western education and global outlook means they are less rooted in the Soviet mentality than their elders. That bodes well for the future,” The Economist writes in a blog-post about Armenia published this week. Continue reading