| 29.07.15 | 11:33
Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan has ordered all relevant agencies to organize work in the city in an “enhanced mode” in connection with another heat wave expected in the Armenian capital later this week.
| 29.07.15 | 09:56
The Armenian government promises to do everything to re-operate the Nairit plant because it says the struggling chemical giant’s bankruptcy and liquidation process will be costly and will require expensive solutions for safety and risk neutralization issues.
The continuation of summer will be as hot as it has been these recent days. However, meteorologists forecast that this year’s high temperatures will not exceed last year’s levels.
Although the rallies of “Rise, Armenia” do not attract a large number of people the civil initiative says it will continue its protests against electricity price hikes and is determined to hold a sit-in in Republic Square of Yerevan.
The Embassy of the United States has congratulated the Government of Armenia on maintaining Tier I status for the third year in a row in the Department of State’s 2015 Trafficking in Persons assessment.