Armenia - United States Department of State
The United States established diplomatic relations with Armenia in 1992, following its independence from the Soviet Union. The United States is committed to helping Armenia strengthen democratic institutions and foster sustainable and inclusive economic growth.
Armenia Economy: Population, GDP, Inflation, Business ...
Armenia was a Soviet republic until independence in 1991. Massive protests against corruption in 2018 led to the election of a new reform-minded government headed by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan...
Armenia Maps & Facts - World Atlas
Armenia covers an area of 29,743 sq. km (11,484 sq mi) in Eurasia's South Caucasus region. It is a landlocked country. As observed on the physical map of Armenia above, the topography of the country is very rugged and mountainous.
Armenia | Countries | NTI
Armenia is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), has an Additional Protocol with the IAEA, and has ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). The country has two nuclear research facilities: the Yerevan Institute of Physics and the Analitsark Research Facility in Gyumri. N Neither contains fissile material.
Armenia - The New York Times
After War Between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Peace Sees Winners and Losers Swap Places A deal brokered by Russia ended the fighting for now over Nagorno-Karabakh, leaving Armenians to pack up and burn...
Armenia travel | Colombia, South America - Lonely Planet
Armenia feels more like a big town than a departmental capital, and is far more slow-paced than its coffee-country rivals Manizales and Pereira. Originally named Villa Holguín when founded in 1889, Armenia was renamed in the early 20th century in solidarity with the Armenian victims of genocide perpetuated by the Ottoman Empire.
Armenia News | Breaking News, Top Armenian Stories - NewsNow
Armenia news The latest Armenia news, updated 24/7/365. Get the big Armenian stories, from the best Armenia sources on NewsNow: the one-stop shop for Armenia news. Including the latest on coronavirus in Armenia, the conflict with Azerbaijan, and stories from the capital, Yerevan.
Turkey leads new atrocities against Armenians
When Armenia declared independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, I served as the new republic’s first foreign minister and had the privilege to launch diplomatic relations with the nations of ...
Armenía - Wikipedia, frjálsa alfræðiritið
Armenía Armenía (armenska: Հայաստան, umritað Hayastan) er landlukt land í sunnanverðum Kákasusfjöllum á milli Svartahafs og Kaspíahafs. Landið er í Evrasíu og er ýmist talið til Austur-Evrópu eða Vestur-Asíu.
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Armenia and Azerbaijan clash over disputed region - CNN
Long-simmering tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan appear to have flared up in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, with both sides accusing each other of attacking civilians.
Armenia | World Food Programme
Armenia Armenia is an upper-middle income, landlocked, net food-importer country, which has gone through a profound transformation since its independence in 1991.
Best Armenia Tours 2021 | Intrepid Travel US
Armenia Few countries so regularly elicit the response of “Where’s that?” as Armenia. Couched in between such obscure neighbours as Iran, Georgia, Azerbaijan and several self-declared (and rarely recognised) republics, this little country is hardly positioned as a convenient summer holiday. Yet for many, herein lies its appeal.
Armenia Travel Advisory
Casualties continue to occur in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Intermittent gunfire and occasional use of artillery systems, including land mines and mortars, result in deaths and injuries each year. Avoid roads near the ‘line of contact’ and roads near the international border between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
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