U.S. to Provide an Additional $1.4 Million to Fight COVID-19 in Armenia

  WASHINGTON, DC — The United States government through the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide Armenia with an additional $1.4 million to combat COVID-19, according to the USAID office in Armenia. “In general, in 2020, the US government provided Armenia with urgent assistance in the amount … Read more U.S. to Provide an Additional $1.4 Million to Fight COVID-19 in Armenia

HRW Condemns Azerbaijan’s Latest Crackdown on Opposition

NEW YORK — Human Rights Watch has condemned Azerbaijan’s latest crackdown on opposition leaders and activists that followed a July 14 unsanctioned rally in the capital, Baku. Numerous people were detained on “spurious” charges that range from violating lockdown rules to an attempted coup, the rights group said in a statement on August 19. “The … Read more HRW Condemns Azerbaijan’s Latest Crackdown on Opposition

Rep. Dina Titus Cosponsors H. Res. 452

On August 14, 2020, Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) co-sponsored H. Res. 452, the United States-Armenia Strategic Partnership Resolution, which welcomes Armenia’s 2018 peaceful and democratic political transition, praises the U.S.-Armenia strategic partnership, and calls for upgraded bilateral cooperation on shared political, economic, military, and development challenges. H.Res.452, a bipartisan legislation spearheaded by Rep. Frank Pallone … Read more Rep. Dina Titus Cosponsors H. Res. 452

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