18-11-2019, 06:17
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YEREVAN, November 18 - Sputnik. A convict escaped from Erebuni Medical Center. Nona Novikyan, spokesperson for the Penitentiary Department, wrote about it on her Facebook page.

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“On November 18, at 05:00 am, the convict of Nubarashen Penitentiary Institution of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia was under treatment at Erebuni Medical Center. Arayik Samvel Sargsyan, born in 2007, escaped from the hospital, ”Novikyan wrote.

According to him. Sargsyan, who had previously been convicted seven times, was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in prison under Article 177 (3) of the RA Criminal Code (theft).

"Exterior description. About 170 cm in height, athletic in shape, brown eyes, wide forehead, black hair, thick lips, wrinkled, sloping nose. In the left side of the neck there is an injury to the neck, dressed in black blues, black sportswear and slippers, "he said.
18-11-2019, 05:26
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Writer, publicist Vahan Ishkhanyan wrote on his Facebook page:

“The tragedy of New Hachin. Are four children and an elderly woman a victim of neoliberal politics?


Four children and their grandmother died yesterday, Nov. 16, from a gas accident in New Hachn.
The press reports. "Police and investigators have identified the home, including 77-year-old Janna Simonyan, 16-year-old Edward M., 12-year-old Serine M., 15-year-old Tigran S. and 14-year-old Janna M. the body of a man. "

Parents of children divorced, living in Ukraine, children left with grandmother.

But that's not all. The announcement by Social Minister Zara Batoyan reveals that two of those children attended boarding school, but since September 1, they have been absent as the government has begun closing its boarding schools.

The government plans to close four boarding schools in Armenia by December, but the closure process has already begun in the summer.
Liberty reports. "There were 260 children in four boarding schools in June, now they are 130. According to the minister, the needs of all children and their families have been assessed. At this point, they cannot return home, and the reasons vary from violence to harsh housing conditions. ”
However, the ministry has decided that these two children in Nor Hachin will not be a problem if they leave the care of an elderly 77-year-old to four children. It turned out to be a problem that ended in a tragedy.

Many of the extremely poor in Armenia are unable to keep their children boarded. I have written about such a course. I remember the woman, she had four children, her husband was in jail, she had no home, a wealthy man in a village like a barn had a roof, a house cleaner made some money, and four children went to a boarding school. The woman said that boarding was a salvation because she could not feed her children. When I found out that the boarding houses were closed, I remembered this walk and imagined the plight of many poor goats. Now this tragedy.
Social Minister Zara Batoyan justifies:
“The tragic incident that took place hours ago in Kotayk Marz has already begun to be blamed on the deaths of children, as two of them, a 15 and 14 year old sister and brother, were boarding students. They (like all weekends until now) lived with Grandma.
According to preliminary information, they died from a large amount of gas in the kitchen.

Parents divorced and left the country, grandparents and four grandchildren were included in social programs, vocational training programs for their brother, children returned home in September and lived with their legal guardian grandmother who loved and cared for them.
I'm sorry for what happened. If anyone, including the ministry and myself, is to blame for this accident, law enforcement should act at ease.
And I leave you with a moral description of those who exploit such a case with children.
Be careful and follow safety rules. "

The implication of the minister's words is that even if they had visited a boarding school, they would still have come home on a Sunday and died. It sounds a little cynical. First, they appeared at about 1 pm on Saturday, but it is not known at what time they died. And also, if they continued to go on board, the sequence of events could be different. And here's the last sentence: "Be careful and follow safety rules" is already a vicious cynicism thrown in after the deaths of four children and an elderly woman.

If anyone in this story needs to be called for caution, first of all, for the government to be cautious and with your liberal reforms, do not eliminate the state's care for the needy.
This tragedy is also the responsibility of not only the Minister of Social Affairs but also the entire government for the careless attitude of many pedestrians who have deprived their children of boarding schools.

The neoliberal ideology of the government, the careless politics of privatization and saving deprive many public servants of their jobs. They regularly report on the privatization of new areas: state audits are closed to give to the private, canteens in the army are given to the private, and so on. Care for the elderly and children is also being privatized.


The Prime Minister announces that the services of elderly homes, orphanages and boarding schools are being awarded by private organizations. That is to say, the prime minister eliminates the caring, living, and commercializing of the idea of ​​care, bringing it to market so that by competing with the private, they can earn money and thus serve. Perhaps such a commercial service was planned or not planned at the Nor Hachin camp.

If the prime minister's belief is the egotistical approach that everything is conditioned by personal interest, and because there is no personal interest in the state structure,
18-11-2019, 05:24
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Attractive for investment, with unique nature and water, exceptional shots. A country worth sacrificing the most for. This is the case with Armenia for well-known philanthropist Ruben Vardanyan.

Ruben Vardanyan, a well-known benefactor of Russian Forbes's list of Russian businessmen, told Sputnik in an interview with Sputnik how he wants to see Armenia in the future, why he is far from politics and what makes the country attractive to foreign investors. Interviewed by Maria Naumenko.

- Has your vision of Armenia's future changed after the recent political changes? Do you think it has become clearer?

- Debates on various topics have increased. I think the country is still choosing the economic model. As the subject becomes more and more relevant.


There are three cornerstones: prosperity, security and identity. There are three important issues facing Armenia: how to maintain security with two closed borders, how to preserve identity in a globalized environment. And in terms of prosperity, Armenia is a small country with a small market that needs expansion.

“Hayern Aysor”: Has the business position in Armenia changed in recent years?

- I don't have a business in Armenia. However, many say that it is easier to work today and that corruption has diminished.

- What makes Armenia attractive to foreign investors today?

- First, the currency is in a very stable position. this problem always exists in the post-Soviet space. Armenia is one of the few countries where there has been no depreciation, exchange rate fluctuations, it has a very reliable banking system.

Second, Armenia is both a member of the Eurasian Union and an associate member of the European Union, in addition to its good relations with Iran. It seems to me that this is an exceptional phenomenon that gives the country an advantage.

Millionaire Ruben Vardanyan has written an open letter

Third, there are quite good staff in the field of technology, IT, science. And, of course, agriculture - exceptional nature, water, land.

- Apart from highly qualified staff, what are the prerequisites for Armenia to become an incubator of innovations, an IT center?

- We have a science and technology foundation in Armenia called FAST. There is enormous potential and the country's unique competitive advantage in combining different cultures - Diaspora Armenians, local Armenians, and other peoples.

What FAST has done over the last 20 years is a great innovation not only for Armenia but for the whole world. Armenia is small in size, which is why it is easier to experiment with innovation than in a large country where there are many regulatory requirements. And Armenia is more flexible. At the same time Armenia was a Silicon Valley of the Soviet Union, where the legacy had accumulated, allowing a number of innovative things to look the other way. Everything is done not from scratch, but based on the existing framework.

- You participated in the ATLANTY CITY-2019 business education project. Do you often act as a teacher?

- I give reports at the Skolkovo School of Management in Moscow, conduct master classes in Armenia when invited. And lecturing requires a lot of preparation, a lot of time that I don't have.

- What role do you play in the development of the republic of Aurora, which is called the Nobel Peace Prize?

- We hope that Aurora really gives Armenia an opportunity to present itself on today's world map not only as a country with interesting investment opportunities, but also as a humanitarian capital of the world that solves global global problems, indifferent not only to Armenians but also to other nationalities towards.

In addition, Aurora helps Armenians from the Diaspora and Armenia to look at themselves and their future from another perspective. In this respect, Aurora plays an important role in changing mental self-consciousness.

- Which project you are implementing in Armenia today is the most significant for you?

- We have a complex approach. Next year will be the 19th anniversary of the Armenia 2020 Initiative. So many years ago we began to implement our plans for the future of the country. We see that this whole system of interconnected complex projects works - both FAST, Dilijan School, Aurora, and cultural and tourism projects. In this respect, our approaches are very comprehensive, like Armenia - one unity. We also carry out projects outside the country related to the Armenian world.

- How do you interact with the current leadership of the country?

- We cooperate normally without active advice. They know everything, just like the previous authorities.
18-11-2019, 05:11
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Attractive for investment, with unique nature and water, exceptional shots. A country worth sacrificing the most for. This is the case with Armenia for well-known philanthropist Ruben Vardanyan.

Ruben Vardanyan, a well-known benefactor of Russian Forbes's list of Russian businessmen, told Sputnik in an interview with Sputnik how he wants to see Armenia in the future, why he is far from politics and what makes the country attractive to foreign investors. Interviewed by Maria Naumenko.

- Has your vision of Armenia's future changed after the recent political changes? Do you think it has become clearer?

- Debates on various topics have increased. I think the country is still choosing the economic model. As the subject becomes more and more relevant.


There are three cornerstones: prosperity, security and identity. There are three important issues facing Armenia: how to maintain security with two closed borders, how to preserve identity in a globalized environment. And in terms of prosperity, Armenia is a small country with a small market that needs expansion.

“Hayern Aysor”: Has the business position in Armenia changed in recent years?

- I don't have a business in Armenia. However, many say that it is easier to work today and that corruption has diminished.

- What makes Armenia attractive to foreign investors today?

- First, the currency is in a very stable position. this problem always exists in the post-Soviet space. Armenia is one of the few countries where there has been no depreciation, exchange rate fluctuations, it has a very reliable banking system.

Second, Armenia is both a member of the Eurasian Union and an associate member of the European Union, in addition to its good relations with Iran. It seems to me that this is an exceptional phenomenon that gives the country an advantage.

Millionaire Ruben Vardanyan has written an open letter

Third, there are quite good staff in the field of technology, IT, science. And, of course, agriculture - exceptional nature, water, land.

- Apart from highly qualified staff, what are the prerequisites for Armenia to become an incubator of innovations, an IT center?

- We have a science and technology foundation in Armenia called FAST. There is enormous potential and the country's unique competitive advantage in combining different cultures - Diaspora Armenians, local Armenians, and other peoples.

What FAST has done over the last 20 years is a great innovation not only for Armenia but for the whole world. Armenia is small in size, which is why it is easier to experiment with innovation than in a large country where there are many regulatory requirements. And Armenia is more flexible. At the same time Armenia was a Silicon Valley of the Soviet Union, where the legacy had accumulated, allowing a number of innovative things to look the other way. Everything is done not from scratch, but based on the existing framework.

- You participated in the ATLANTY CITY-2019 business education project. Do you often act as a teacher?

- I give reports at the Skolkovo School of Management in Moscow, conduct master classes in Armenia when invited. And lecturing requires a lot of preparation, a lot of time that I don't have.

- What role do you play in the development of the republic of Aurora, which is called the Nobel Peace Prize?

- We hope that Aurora really gives Armenia an opportunity to present itself on today's world map not only as a country with interesting investment opportunities, but also as a humanitarian capital of the world that solves global global problems, indifferent not only to Armenians but also to other nationalities towards.

In addition, Aurora helps Armenians from the Diaspora and Armenia to look at themselves and their future from another perspective. In this respect, Aurora plays an important role in changing mental self-consciousness.

- Which project you are implementing in Armenia today is the most significant for you?

- We have a complex approach. Next year will be the 19th anniversary of the Armenia 2020 Initiative. So many years ago we began to implement our plans for the future of the country. We see that this whole system of interconnected complex projects works - both FAST, Dilijan School, Aurora, and cultural and tourism projects. In this respect, our approaches are very comprehensive, like Armenia - one unity. We also carry out projects outside the country related to the Armenian world.

- How do you interact with the current leadership of the country?

- We cooperate normally without active advice. They know everything, just like the previous authorities.
18-11-2019, 04:57
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Human rights activist Artur Sakunts wrote on his Facebook page: "A radical change in the police, like the entire judicial system, is urgent and vital," he said.

I am aware of the behavior of the Shengavit department ... I ask the citizen of the video to contact me, and if something happens to the man after this video, then the police will bear all the responsibility ... "
18-11-2019, 04:41
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Do brides want brilliance? Pashinyan is an old man from Zorakan
18-11-2019, 04:29
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Reminder: The April war was provoked by Russia; Nikol Pashinyan
17-11-2019, 23:11
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On November 11, I was sent to Tajikistan for a week by Tajikistan's Public Relations and Information Center SNCO and Armenian-Russian (Slavonic) University to represent Armenia at the international conference. On departure, an airport employee took my residence card from me, stating that the computer was invalid.

When I returned to Armenia on November 16, I was banned from entering Armenia at Zvartnots Airport without any explanation. They were deported to the Russian Federation for 12 hours without bread and water in the transit zone.

My friends, friends and all my acquaintances know me as a Patriot who, for many years, had to live far away from the homeland, but nevertheless decided to return to Armenia, live and create in his native land, contributing to the development of Armenian statehood.
I have dedicated this goal for at least the last 8 years of my life.

2016 I graduated with honors in Foreign Relations from the Russian-Armenian University, receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Chinese Studies.
2018 I graduated with honors from the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy at the same university, earning a Master's Degree in International Studies.
During my studies I had the honor to represent the Republic of Armenia in international conferences and competitions in Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Georgia and a number of other countries. 2014 I have been recognized as the best student of the Armenian-Russian University, in 2017 - the best student of the Republic of Armenia. I have authored more than 80 scientific articles.

Currently, I am studying as a Plaintiff in the Political Science and Regional Studies section of the Russian-Armenian University.
2019 Since January 2008 I have been working at the Orbeli Center at the Public Relations and Information Center of the RA Prime Minister's Office as an expert on Central Asia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Instead of a finalist; On my way back from Yerevan to Moscow, looking out of the window of my plane, I was amazed at the sunlight descending on the mountains of the Armenian world, at the same time recalling the negative emotions that had been in my memory for over 20 years before moving to Kazakhstan with my family. The difference is that for the first time I was leaving my country at the decision of my parents, and this time I was forced out of my homeland.

I regret to note that if the Armenian authorities do not respond adequately to this problem, I can conclude that what happened was a pre-planned action aimed at deporting genuinely loving Armenians from the country, instead of those of unknown origin and orientation. for the purpose of filling the earth. Is New Armenia intended to become the second country after Azerbaijan whose access is closed to a patriotic Armenian? I hope that the relevant authorities will be able to adequately resolve this issue, otherwise any thought voiced by them can now be viewed as a conspiracy against the Armenian people and the Armenian statehood.

Let no one think that after this story my warm and positive feelings for my Homeland will be lost. Moreover, I have to go through these difficulties and return to my homeland. Glory to Armenia and the Armenian nation!

PS I thank all those who did not remain indifferent and expressed their support to me in this regard.


Written by Andranik Hovhannisyan
17-11-2019, 22:04
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CivilNet has found out how much the Investigative Committee has spent on celebrating the 5th anniversary of its formation and on Investigator's Day.
17-11-2019, 21:59
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Yesterday, November 17, a major and major car accident occurred in Yerevan. At about 10:50 pm, resident of Abovyan city, 21-year-old Gevorg Manucharyan, crashed into a partitioned concrete section of a Mercedes E-320 with a 35 QM 589 in Myasnikyan Avenue and, turning upside down, partially crashed into the road.

According to photojournalist Gagik Shamshyan, no casualties were reported as a result of the accident.

The driver was first assisted by residents in a crash. The fire and rescue squad of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia and the ambulance team of 1-03 ambulances arrived in Yerevan. Arsen Karapetyan, the officer in charge of the Yerevan Traffic Police Operative Management Center, reported the crash to the 6th platoon of the 1st Battalion, where inspectors Seyran Sargsyan and Ararat Petrosyan arrived.

The car was converted to a safe place with the help of citizens. Narek Lobyan, 34, a resident of the town of Nor-Hachn, was trying to mislead the traffic police that the driver was himself. Traffic inspectors found out shortly afterwards that what he had described was a "goulnaz tattoo" tale. And the real driver is G. Manucharyan was subjected to a sobriety examination on the spot, and it turned out that he had driven the car in a sober (drunk) state, having the highest degree of intoxication.