While this can technically be done, there are several problems in the way. The big issue is the copyright laws Hellknight mentioned. Armenia is a member of the United Nations as seen here
and as a member nation, it has agreed to abide to the international laws that protect copyrighted "intellectual property" of the citizens and organizations of its "member states". Intellectual property includes tunes, movies, published documents, and software.
So while things may not "work" the same in Armenia as they do elsewhere, and while government [and possibly corrupt] officials may turn a blind eye [with hand sticking out], the laws still affect us all. The OEM licensed software installed on the old computer belongs to the old company and is tied to the old hardware. Any "retail" licensed software can be transferred, but you must [legally] have the license (and key codes), and the disks (if not downloaded) in your possession, and the program must be uninstalled from all other computers.
Clearly, you have stated you want to transfer those programs from one computer to another computer, from one company to another company. In effect, you are asking us to help you steal software, and we don't do that here.
Your personal "data", if your old company allows it
, can be legally moved. Programs cannot.