A bright and determined group of students from across the U.S. arrived at the ANCA offices for the 31st annual session of the Leo Sarkisian Summer Internship Program.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has expressed his “regret and sorrow” to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a letter addressing the downing of a Russian jet and the killing of two Russian pilots in 2015, expressing his desire to restore bilateral ties.
Armenia is increasingly gaining strategic significance in the context of construction of the North-South energy corridor with Iran, Georgia, and Russia.
Direct flights between Armenia and the US should be based on economic and business factors, said Bridget Brink, U.S. State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs.
The formation of the Armenia-Russia joint air defense system does not deprive Armenia the independence to manage its own measures of air defense, said Deputy Defense Minister, Ara Nazaryan.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, referring to the St. Petersburg meeting results between the Presidents of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, said the topic of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement demands silence from the public.
The Armenian American Museum Governing Board said that it commends California Governor Jerry Brown for including a $1 million earmark for the museum.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed into law HB4493 mandating the teaching of the Armenian Genocide and Holocaust (as well as other genocides) in Michigan public schools.
Pope Francis concluded his historic visit to Armenia Sunday by releasing doves toward the direction of Mt. Ararat after praying at Khor Virab.
As a centerpiece of his Papal Visit to Armenia, Pope Francis held an Ecumenical service for peace in Yerevan’s Republic Square.