Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cong. Engel Says: “Armenian Genocide is Never Forgotten”

WASHINGTON — On March 11, Congressman Eliot Engel (D-NY) raised the issue of the Armenian Genocide during the first oversight hearing held by the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe and Eurasia entitled “Overview of U.S Policy toward Europe and … Continue reading

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Five Armenian Billionaires, According to Forbes Survey

Forbes Magazine has revealed its list of top billionaires for 2011. The rating list of the world’s wealthiest men has this year hit an unprecedented record, with 1210 billionaires whose total assets make $4.5 trillion. the sum is said to … Continue reading

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Armenian-Turkish Rapproachment Should Not Be Linked to Other Problems, Phillip H. Gordon Says

SLOVAKIA — U.S disagrees with Turkey that it will ratify the Armenian-Turkey accords if Karabakh peace process achieves progress, Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Phillip H. Gordon stated in his GLOBSEC security conference speech hosted by the Slovakian … Continue reading

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A Very Dangerous Situation for Armenia –Part One

Armenia has many problems just like any other country in the world. There can’t be a nation without problems, however, the point is being able to correct them, improve them, change them. Armenia’s major problem is emigration — people are … Continue reading

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First Armenian Official in Turkey

ANKARA — First time ever in the 88 year history of the Turkish Republic, an Armenian politician may become a Turkish statesman. The Turkish State Council adopted a decision authorizing a citizen of Turkey with Armenian roots, Leo Suren Halepli … Continue reading

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Chinese Fortune Oil to Invest $500 Million in Armenia’s Iron Mining

YEREVAN — China focused Fortune Oil plans to invest $500 Million in Armenia’s iron mining industry, the Armenian prime minister’s press service said in a statement. The statement was released on Wednesday after a meeting between Armenian’s prime minister and … Continue reading

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Bryza: No Military Solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh Issue

BAKU — U.S diplomat Matthew Bryza held talks with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev on February 17 after presenting his credentials as the new D.S ambassador in Baku. Radio Free Europe’s Radio Liberty’s Azerbaijani Service reports. Bryza said he and Aliyev … Continue reading

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Armenia and Iran to Build a 227-Mile Pipeline This Fall

Construction will begin this year of a pipeline taking oil from Iran to Armenia, boosting the isolated ex-Soviet state’s energy security, the Armenian energy minister said on Tuesday. The 365 kilometre (227 mile) pipeline from the Iranian city of Tabriz … Continue reading

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