Funeral ceremony for Tu-154 crash victims held at military memorial cemetery near MoscowSociety & Culture January 16, 14:57
Russian combat engineers defuse over 20,000 munitions in AleppoMilitary & Defense January 16, 14:41
Kremlin: Russia is not going to groundlessly accuse other countries of cyberattacksRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 16, 14:30
Russian Helicopters sign first contract for civil products supply to PakistanBusiness & Economy January 16, 14:25
Montenegro accuses Russian national of inciting assassination plot against ex-premierWorld January 16, 13:48
IAC commission to join investigation of Bishkek air crashWorld January 16, 13:38
Kudrin says pension age should be raised starting from 2019 in RussiaBusiness & Economy January 16, 13:32
Flight recorder recovered at crash site of cargo Boeing-747 near Bishkek — sourceWorld January 16, 13:28
Kremlin agrees with Trump that NATO is 'vestige of past'Russian Politics & Diplomacy January 16, 13:16
YEREVAN, December 02, 23:21 /ITAR-TASS/. The Russian and Armenian presidents, Vladimir Putin and Serzh Sargsyan, on Monday laid flowers to the Memorial of victims of genocide of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire in 1915. They held a minute of silence in honor of 1.5 million Armenians who had fallen victim to that monstrous crime.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid an official state visit to Armenia on Monday.
The Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex was unveiled in 1967 in memory of Armenians killed in the 1915 genocide.
A museum of the 1915 genocide opened outside the memorial complex in 1995 on the occasion of the 80 anniversary of the Armenian tragedy. The museum functions as a scientific research center of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences.