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DECISION of the Central Election Commission on the election of deputies of the Parliament of Western Armenia, 14.09.2018

DECISION of the Central Election Commission on the election of deputies of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia of September 14, 2018 In accordance with the article 21 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 10 December 1948 and the Declaration «On the Rights of Indigenous Peoples» of September 13, 2007 …

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The elections of the deputies to the Parliament of Western Armenia of the 2nd convocation are recognized as valid

The elections of the deputies to the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia of the 2nd convocation are over and recognized as valid. In a vote in which 51.505 electorate from 45 countries took part 101 deputies were elected. The final official results of the elections will be published till September, 15, 2018 and will …

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Independence Day of Artsakh

     

ANNOUNCEMENT of elections of deputies to the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia of the 2nd convocation

ANNOUNCEMENT Of elections of deputies to the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia of the 2nd convocation Dear compatriots! We invite you to participate in the elections of the deputies to the National Assembly of Western Armenia of the 2nd convocation which will be held through

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VIDEO – On ways to a political solution of the Armenian Question.

Interview of a popular Theologian PhD and TV presenter  Bedros Hadjian (Los Angeles, USA) with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Western Armenia Tigran Pashabezyan on ways to a political solution of the Armenian Question. (In Armenian)

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UNESCO: Dialect of Hamshen Armenians endangered in Turkey

The Armenian dialect of the Hamshen people of the Black Sea is one of the 18 languages under the threat of disappearance in Turkey, according to the UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in danger. The Homshetsma is the dialect of Hamshen Armenians. Currently, the Hamshen dialect is classified as ‘’Definitely endangered’’. The report does not mention the number of Homshetsma speakers, Horizon Weekly reported.

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David Bohigian travels to Yerevan to promote US investment in Armenia

Executive Vice President of the U.S. government’s Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) David Bohigian and other U.S. government officials traveled to Yerevan to promote U.S. investment in Armenia.  The delegation met with senior government officials, business leaders from U.S.-based companies, and beneficiaries of OPIC support.  This is the first stop on a trip to the …

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Brief information on the legal basis for the formation of the Republic of Western Armenia

The idea of the reality of the re-creation of Western Armenia as a state arose in the early 1990s, in the ranks of the defenders of Artsakh. One of the main inspirers of the idea of the revival was the founder of the Liberation Army Leonid Azgaldyan (23.11.1942 Tiflis – 21.06.1992 Martakert). The idea found …

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On the anniversary of the signing of the peace Treaty of Sevres

Dear friends, August 10 is the day of signing the Treaty of Sevres. The articles on Armenia in the Peace Treaty of Sevres in 1920, the decisions of the Paris Assembly during the 1920, and also the Arbitral Award about the Armenian-Turkish border made by the 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson on …

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National Mall in Washington D.C. features “Armenia: Creating Home”

Preparations are underway at the National Mall in Washington D.C., as the countdown begins for the official opening of the “Armenia: Creating Home” Smithsonian FolkLife festival. “Armenia: Creating Home” posters are already placed at the National Mall. For the first time Armenia will be broadly presented at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival.

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