Administrative Appeal Court Upheld Appeal Complaint on Amulsar
July 09, 2021 at 18:28 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
RA Administrative Court Appeal completely upheld the appeal of the representative of 19 residents of Gndevaz settlement, Jermuk town, Vayots Dzor Region, RA, represented by lawyer Nazeli Vardanyan in Amulsar case
Decisions on Amulsar Unclear
June 24, 2021 at 15:08 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
If we see that they are trying to start work, of course, we will not allow it. The problem here is not environmental, but the question of whether or not Jermuk community exists
Civil Society vs Amulsar Project. Part 3
March 29, 2021 at 18:26 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
The government should realize that no matter how much Amulsar project costs, this money is too small in comparison with oil and gas money, and the commercialization of Amulsar project will bring neither political nor economic benefits
Civil Society vs Amulsar Project. Part 2
March 29, 2021 at 16:48 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
Important processes are underway in the international arena regarding Amulsar project, and within its framework, the liability of the government and other stakeholders have been determined, in particular that of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, for the implementation of international conventions and other regulations
Civil Society vs Amulsar Project. Part 1
March 29, 2021 at 16:06 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
Social tensions around Amulsar mining project are rising in parallel with the escalation of the political crisis and the absence of adequate solutions in vitally important issues for the Armenian people
Water Use Application by Lydian Must Be Rejected
March 12, 2021 at 17:49 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
It is impossible to make accurate hydrological calculations and get reliable data. With this project, another application for irreversible water intake was submitted from a point where only the environmental flow of the Arpa River exists
Statement by Amulsar Defenders
March 05, 2021 at 18:53 | Amulsar | Vayots dzor
No metal mines should operate in our region, that short-term projects should not override a well-established economic sector that has been operating for over 70 years, one that has perennial prospects