Robert Kocharyan

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — A district court in Yerevan rejected on September 17 former President Robert Kocharyan’s latest demand for his release from prison which followed a Constitutional Court ruling on coup charges brought against him.[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian To state that Armenia and Russia are on a collision course does not make one an alarmist. Indeed, the anti-Russian rhetoric is heating up in Armenia’s media and in political discussions, and Russia has been[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — A court in Yerevan formally replaced the judge presiding over the stalled trial of former President Robert Kocharyan, on August 20. The trial began on May 13, with Kocharyan facing accusations of bribery and a violent[...]

YEREVAN (Panorama.am) — The Yerevan Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday, June 25, to arrest ex-president Robert Kocharyan,  granting the prosecutors’ appeals against a lower court’s decisions to release Kocharyan from custody. Judge[...]

YEREVAN (RFE-RL) — Russia’s ambassador to Armenia was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in Yerevan last week after meeting with the indicted former President Robert Kocharyan, a senior Armenian lawmaker revealed on Monday, June 17.[...]

By Ani Mejlumyan YEREVAN — Armenia’s parliament has established a commission to investigate the circumstances of the 2016 “April War” with Azerbaijan. The move comes amid a widening battle against the country’s former authorities[...]

YEREVAN (RFE-RL) — Russia’s ambassador to Armenia was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in Yerevan last week after meeting with the indicted former President Robert Kocharyan, a senior Armenian lawmaker revealed on Monday, June 17.[...]

YEREVAN (News.am) — During a May 28 meeting with his supporters, the second president of Armenia, Robert Kocharyan, gave a speech, the video recording of which has been posted on the non-official Facebook page of Robert Kocharyan.[...]

Everyday a dramatic development takes place in Armenia’s domestic politics but all hell broke loose this weekend with the release of Robert Kocharyan, Armenia’s second president, who was incarcerated pending his trial. He stands[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on May 20 demanded a mandatory “vetting” of all judges in Armenia and said many of them must already resign because they are connected to the country’s former leadership and not[...]