Renowned Russian-Armenian Physicist Sargis Karamyan Drowns in Turkey

Russian-Armenian physicist Sargis Karamyan (Source: Panorama)
Russian-Armenian physicist Sargis Karamyan (Source: Panorama)

Russian-Armenian physicist Sargis Karamyan (Source: Panorama)

ANTALYA, Turkey (Panorama)—Renowned Russian physicist of Armenian descent Sargis Karamyan drowned in Antalya, Turkey a few days ago, Ermenihaber.com reported, citing Turkey’s Sondakika news agency.

Karamyan was a prominent researcher at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia.

He became known for his work in the field in nuclear physics and was honored with numerous awards. Karamyan was born in 1940 in Leningrad (St. Petersburg). He was married, with two daughters.

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  1. Mkhitar Yepremyan said:

    And what was stupid scientist doing in Antalya? If he was that much of a scientist which he certainly was then how stupid can he be to be in Antalia to be drowned by a Genocidal Turkish Bastard?
    Enough of trusting the Turks. The Turk always remains a Genocidal Turk no matter how much the West sends her western tailored suits to wear. And the West is as much stupid not to know that a Turk is always a Turk and that the Turk can not be trusted.

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