A trade exhibition will open in Armenia from April 26 to 28, titled “Made in Armenia,” that will showcase products and services made in Armenia, executive director of the Armenian Development Fund Arman Khachatryan announced on Thursday.
Turkey’s Parliament Speaker Says Armenia Hampering Bi-Lateral Relations
WASHINGTON—A week after the Armenian Genocide Truth and Justice Resolution was introduced in Congress, a coterie of top-level Turkish leaders are eying the nation’s capital in hopes of dissuading lawmakers from advancing the bill to a vote.
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will visit Washington before April 24, said ministry [...]
The American University of Armenia (AUA) is excited to welcome international students to AUA with its Summer Program and Study Abroad AUA. For those looking to enhance their educational experience, these programs combine strong academics with the benefits of a safe, welcoming, and exciting environment.
Nine mayors from the former Armenian province of Daron (Dersim), today in Turkey, have arrived in Armenia at the initiative of the Modus Vivendi center and with the support of the Armenian Ministry of Diaspora. The Mayors have visited Dzidzernagapert to remember the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
The dissemination of individual stories about the Armenian Genocide is of special significance in commemorating the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, Secretary of Armenia’s State Commission on Coordination of the Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Centenial and Chief of Staff of the President of Armenia, Vigen Sargsyan, said Monday during an event marking the launch of a project called “100 Seconds,” being carried out my MediaMax and VivaCell-MTS.
France will be participating in the Armenian Genocide commemorations in Armenia on April 24 with about 120 delegates, French Ambassador to Armenia Jean-François Charpentier told journalists in Yerevan, adding that the French Embassy in Armenia is currently working on organizing President François Hollande’s visit to Armenia.