Opposition activists demanding Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's resignation have blocked Baghramyan Avenue in central Yerevan for already three days.
Tents and wood-burning stoves have been set up in front of the National Assembly building on the avenue, as many citizens have spent the night there.
The opposition Homeland Salvation Movement on Friday said a new rally will be held at 3 p.m. today. At the moment, a stage is being set up on the avenue as part of the preparations for the protest.
Photos show citizens who took to the streets to demand Pashinyan's resignation cleaning the area from the garbage.