Armenian Aggression

ECHR orders Armenia to pay 2,500 euros to ex-FM

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that the government of Armenia should pay 2,000 euros to Aleksandr Arzumanyan, former Armenian foreign minister, ambassador to Denmark, plus any tax that may be chargeable, in respect of non-pecuniary damage as well as 500 euros in respect of costs and expenses, the ECHR website reports.
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Emigration rate yet high in Armenia

The hard economic situation and low social conditions in Armenia have long been the reason for the population’s poor living standards. For dozens of years people were leaving the country because of this, and this trend continued in 2017 as well.
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Social unrest knocking on doors in Armenia - country's media

Pensions and salaries will not rise in Armenia in 2018, and this means that there will be no real growth in the population’s incomes, because the oligarchy that controls the country’s economy, even if it has super profits, will not voluntarily increase the salaries of the population working in the private sector, the Armenian media reported.
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Armenia's population trapped in debts

For many families in Armenia the New Year has long ceased to be a holiday but a heavy burden. Armenian media note that in conditions where about a third of the country’s population live in poverty, people’s attempt to properly celebrate the New Year turns into a huge headache.
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