Nikol Pashinyan

Armenian soldier runs away from hazing

Recently, the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan made an amusing statement about the plan to advance the Armenian army to the list of top-20 armies of the world. Statements of this nature, which are obviously groundless, do not reflect the current situation and serve just for cherishing the hopes of Armenian people.
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Pashinyan implements provocative idea to raise his rating

From the beginning of the current year, the popularity of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has been rapidly vanishing. According to opinion polls, his rating dropped below 40 percent, which is actually a catastrophe for Pashinyan, because during the velvet revolution he got approximately one hundred percent support from the Armenian society.
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Armenia unable to find place in world map

Former Armenian authorities tried to present Armenia on the economic map of the world as a bridge between Europe and Asia. More than one year passes since the postrevolutionary team led by Nikol Pashinyan came to power in Armenia; while things are right where they started.
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Pashinyan reinstates generals who lost April battles

The defeat in the April 2016 battles led to the deepest political crisis in Armenia, ending with a change of power in this country. The new Armenian government promised to achieve serious changes in all sectors of life, including an increase in the combat capability of the army. Moreover, Defense Minister David Tonoyan made a series of populist statements, including a promise to seize new Azerbaijani territories.
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