ArmInfo. Negotiations are underway on providing assistance to Armenia in connection with the coronavirus. Paata Imnadze, Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control, said this during a briefing.
ArmInfo. Armenia's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has come up with a proposal to President Armen Sarkissian to dismiss Director of the National Security Service of the Republic of Armenia Eduard Martirosyan, Chief of the General Staff Artak Davtyan and Chief of the Police Arman Sargsyan, the presidential administration of Armenia confirmed this information to Info. Then, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on his Facebook page said that Onik Gasparyan had been appointed head of the General Staff (he previously held the post of deputy head of the General Staff), Eduard Martirosyan will be replaced by the newly appointed deputy Argishti Kyramyan as director of the NSS and Colonel Vahe Ghazaryan was appointed Chief of Police.
ArmInfo. Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia Artak Davtyan submitted a letter of resignation. This was reported by a number of Armenian media.
ArmInfo.The return of Armenian citizens to their homeland from Los Angeles International Airport continues.
ArmInfo.Armenians living in Georgia continue to look for ways to support and be useful to Armenia in its fight against coronavirus, Aliq.ge reports.
ArmInfo.Chief of the General Staff of Armenia Artak Davtyan made a statement in connection with the information circulated in the media related to the wedding ceremony of his son.
ArmInfo.Syllogism from the first president of Armenia Levon Ter- Petrosyan on the situation with coronavirus in the country. "A simple syllogism: 1. the coronavirus declared war on Armenia. 2. the burden of war is put on the shoulders of the authorities. 3. those who are fighting against the authorities, wittingly or unwittingly betray the nation. During the war, the internal political struggle is madness that has no justification," wrote Ter-Petrosyan, quoted by Ilur.am.
ArmInfo. Armenia, Cyprus and Greece are demanding a vote on the candidacy of the chairman of the next, 75th in a row, UN General Assembly, which Turkey is applying for. According to the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Anna Naghdalyan stated this.