Topic: Russian-Ukrainian war 2022

YEREVAN — Hostels are known to budget travelers and digital nomads as cheap and convenient places to stay while traveling abroad. Tens of thousands of Russians have come to Armenia since the start of the war in Ukraine, and hostels have[...]

By Robert Zargarian and Artak Khulian YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Thousands of Russians, many of them tech professionals, have migrated to Armenia since the start of Russian invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing tightening of Western sanctions[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Armenia announced the evacuation of its embassy in Kyiv on Friday, March 4, as Russian forces continued to approach Ukraine’s capital on the ninth day of their invasion. The Armenian Foreign Ministry said that[...]

By Naira Nalbandian YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Senior Armenian lawmakers expressed confidence on Monday, March 7, that troops from the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) will not be sent to Ukraine to reinforce the[...]

WASHINGTON — We stand with the people of Ukraine. As communities that have suffered the Holodomor and the Armenian Genocide as well as aggression by neighboring countries, the Ukrainian and Armenian people have much in common. We[...]

By Karolina Pawłowska Special to the Mirror-Spectator Following the recent outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis, even though being highly sympathetic towards the tragic circumstances of the Ukrainian people, I cannot help the overwhelming[...]

By Benyamin Poghosyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine. Russia published draft texts of two agreements with the US and NATO in December 2021, putting forward[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan by phone February 26 as Russia continued its military assault on Ukraine. Official Russian and Armenian sources did not mention the[...]

YEREVAN — The Ukrainian Embassy in Armenia initiated a rally in solidarity with Ukraine on February 27 at the Yerevan monument of Taras Shevchenko, a Ukrainian writer and ethnographer of the nineteenth century. There were a little over[...]