Among the Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17) foreign aid priorities being advanced by the ANCA is an appropriation of at least $5 million in aid to Nagorno Karabakh for humanitarian and developmental program
On January 28, Ambassador Grigor Hovhannesyan presented his letters of credence to the President of the United States of America Barack Obama.
Representatives Adam Schiff and Brad Sherman added their voices to official U.S. opposition against a PACE resolution
When you have no idea what an experience will have in store for you, you hope for an adventure.
With Christmas just a day away, 30 U.S. Representatives, led by House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce called on the Obama Administration to condemn the ongoing ISIS attacks against Christians
With a favorable jet stream speeding their way, dozens of (ANCA-WR) leaders and activists arrived in Washington, DC last week for a two-day Capitol Hill advocacy campaign in support of peace and freedom for Artsakh.
Senate Appropriations Committee Member Mark Kirk (R-IL) Armenian Americans to Congress last week and met both with top Karabakh officials and his own Illinois constituents
The State Department has officially welcomed proposals by U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee leadership and more than 80 House colleagues to check Azerbaijan’s escalating aggression
Pro Artsakh activists from across the US converged on the nation’s capital for a two-day mission to share a message of peace and democracy with senators and representatives, culminating in a Capitol Hill celebration of Nagorno Karabakh freedom
Reps. Adam Schiff and Dan Donovan, along with 60 Members of Congress, sent a letter to President Obama urging him to grant humanitarian parole.