“What Consequence will Granting the Russian Language an Official Status Have in Armenia?”
July 19, 12:00

On July 17, during the meeting with Ara Babloyan, Armenian National Assembly Speaker, Vyacheslav Volodin, Russian State Duma Speaker, proposed to grant the Russian language the status of an official language so that the national driving licenses could be recognized in Russia. 

“I can say only this –grant the Russian language official status in Armenia and in this case, the law will be automatically refer to Armenia,” Volodin said. 

The purpose of Russia to make the Russian language official in the post-Soviet states, including Armenia, is not news, and the Russian officials have frequently made similar statements.

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