Armenian Aggression

Capital outflow continues in Armenia

Starting from January 1, 2018, a paragraph of the protocol “On the Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights” of the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEC) will come into force in Armenia. It says that the principle of exhaustion of the exclusive right for a trademark is applied on the territory of the EAEC member states.
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Outflow of capital continues to increase in Armenia

Despite the vigorous assurances and statements by representatives of the Armenian leadership, the situation in the country remains sad. In the conditions of the collapsing economy, Armenian citizens perceive as mockery the fairy tales all promisese of the authorities about a bright and prosperous future of the country.
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Sargsyan uses Karabakh conflict to stay in power

The ruling regime of Yerevan uses the Karabakh conflict as a factor of domestic rather than foreign policy, and is a cover for the leadership against the internal audience amidst a lot of unresolved problems in the country. President Sargsyan’s visit to the occupied Karabakh is part of this very policy.
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Thousands of Armenian children deprived of childhood

Today, thousands of children in Armenia are deprived of a normal childhood as they have to work despite their young age. The main reason for this is, of course, the poverty of their families. Alas, the country's government does not pay due attention to the issue, and therefore, child labor remains among significant social problems of present-day Armenia.
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