Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamian announced today he would resign, after an economic slowdown this year and outbreaks of violence prompted the president to call for a new government.
"We need new approaches and a new beginning,” Abrahamian told a cabinet meeting on September 8. “We should think about the future and form a new government."
The move comes just weeks after President Serzh Sarksian proposed a government of national accord.
Abrahamian was appointed prime minister two ...
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