Today, President Armen Sargsyan visited “Aregak” inclusive bakery-cafe in Gyumri. The President is an expected guest here, as he is not visiting this Café – one of the warmest places in Gyumri – for the first time.
Armen Sargsyan was greeted by the young staff of
the bakery-café; Michael, Grisha and others. They shared their successes,
positive changes after the last meeting with the president, and the current
activities of the café.
The president has tried the delicious and unique
bakery-cakes and had a warm conversation with the whole staff.
A new agreement has been signed to help Syrian refugees. Armenian Red Cross General Secretary Anna Yeghiazaryan and Kuwaiti Red Crescent Society President Hilal al-Sayer have signed an agreement on “Syrian Refugee Assistance to Armenia” in Geneva.
The project was
launched about a month ago on November 1 and will continue until October 31,
2020. The goal of the project is to improve the well-being of Syrian refugees
in Armenia by providing humanitarian assistance and education to the most
The Central Election Commission (CEC) has released the data of local self-government elections on the participation of citizens eligible to vote in the constituency at 2:00 pm.
In 16 communities, 5258 or 26.56% of the 19796
eligible voters has participated to the elections.
us to remind, that today local self-government elections are being held in 16
communities of Aragatsotn, Ararat, Armavir, Gegharkunik, Lori, Kotayk and
Shirak regions, 12 of which are regular and 4 are extraordinary. Twelve of these
communities are running for community leader and 4 for community council
The court has arrested Marina Sararmosyan, a former head of one of the subsidiaries at Moscow’s N27 maternity hospital. The reason is the inadequate medical care provided to the pregnant women.
Four victims filed a complaint against her, that
she refused to undergo a caesarean section, which resulted injuries to new-born
Criminal cases have been instituted on
the articles of “negligence” and “failure to meet security requirements”.
On December 6, the
Moscow Department of Health announced that, following the results of numerous
patient complaints, a decision was made to release the heads of Sparokukotsky
Maternity Hospital No. 27, Marina Sararmosyan, the head of the maternity ward,
and all department heads.
Earlier, the topic of
widespread discussion on social networks was the publication of the woman who
gave birth at that maternity hospital. According to her, despite the absence of
any pathology during pregnancy, the baby was born with injuries due to a number
of medical mistakes. The child suffered from brain swelling, even a clinical
death. Although they have been able to save the baby, he will remain disabled.
A scuffle broke out between the boys in Yerevan last night, which ended with a stab.
Around 19:05, a 16-year-old boy was diagnosed with
“lung injury, wounds in the back” at the “Surb Astvacamayr” Medical
Center. Doctors are currently fighting for his life.
The injured boy was taken to a hospital from the yard of building 31 on Pushkin
Street, where an unidentified man hit a boy with a sharp-edged item in a
dispute with a friend of his age, causing bodily harm.
According to the source, on the same day police arrested several
15-18-year-old schoolchildren who participated in the scuffle.
A criminal case has been opened in Central Police Department.
Rumours have been circulating in the media since yesterday that a monkey was being kept at Gyumri’s Oasis restaurant, with an unproper conditions. The concerned citizen was alerted to the EcoNews.am environmental information site. He also informed that the “Oasis” restaurant belongs to the former mayor of Gyumri, the parliament member of the Prosperous Armenia faction Vardan Ghukasyan.
Zohrabyan immediately responded to the news.
“I just spoke with the newly appointed Director
of the Zoo Vladimir Simonyan, I presented the situation and right now the Zoo
Director with a group of doctors is leaving for Gyumri to take the monkey to
the Yerevan Zoo. Thanks to the new director for the prompt response. The monkey
will be at the Zoo today” – N. Zohrabyan posted on her Facebook page.
The much-awaited election of the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople will be held on December 11, 2019. After not having a patriarch for so many years, and such a big uproar over the recent change in the charter, everything seems to be coming to its logical end.
Elections of 102 MPs
will be held in Istanbul today, who will elect the Patriarch. Voting centers
are located near 30 churches.
According to preliminary
data, 30,000 Armenians could participate in the elections, while 55,000
Armenians have the right to vote.