Armenian-Language Newspaper Launched in Tbilisi

Ardzagank is a new Armenian-language newspaper in Georgia


BY GITA ELIBEKYAN

TBILISI (ArmRadio)—The first issue of Ardzagank, a new Armenian-language newspaper, has been published in Tbilisi. The paper covers issues regarding Armenian-Georgian relations, the important political and social processes taking place in Georgia, and the life of the Georgian-Armenian community.

“We aimed to create a reliable source of information for Georgian Armenians,” editor of the newspaper Levon Isakhanyan told Public Radio of Armenia.

Ardzagank will be published in Georgian and Russian, as well. The paper’s website, www.ardzagank.ge, will be launched in the near future.

Vrastan newspaper is another Armenian-language periodical published in Tbilisi.

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