Monthly Archives: September 2013

Armenia Raises $700 Million in Debut Eurobond Issue

There is Strong Investor Demand According to the Wall Street Journal By Emil Danielyan YEREVAN – The Armenian government has raised $700 million from its first ever sale of Eurobonds on international markets which will further increase the country’s debt … Continue reading

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U.S to Increase Financial Assistance to Armenia Through Different Projects

By Naira Hayrumyan The United States is going to increase financial assistance to Armenia through different projects. It has been stated already that additional one million dollars will be allocated for an agricultural program. The mass media reported about possible … Continue reading

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Sen. Robert Menedez Celebrates Armenian Independence in Glendale

GLENDALE – Senate Foreign Relations Committee influential chairman Robert Menendez spoke about the braver of the Armenian people in 1918 when they established Independent Armenia, and after 70 years of Soviet rule, again Armenians regained independence on September 21, 1991 … Continue reading

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Commissioner Fule: EU Respects Armenia’s Right for Free Choice

YEREVAN – EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule who was in Yerevan to participate in the informal meeting of the Eastern Partnership foreign ministers met President Serzh Sargsyan and Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan. At the meeting, the … Continue reading

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Now is the Time For a Renewed Effort to Bring Peace to the Region

Obama’s Message to President of Armenia The newly appointed U.S Co-Chair of OSCE Minsk Group, James Warlick handed over a message by the U.S President Barack Obama to the President of the Republic of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan. The message reads: … Continue reading

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Armenian Genocide Memorial Approved by Pasadena City Council

By Bianca Ramirez PASADENA – The Pasadena City Council has approved the city’s first Armenian Genocide monument. The Pasadena Armenian Genocide Memorial Committee is behind the project, which will be built at Memorial Park. Bill Paparian, chairman of the board … Continue reading

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Peaceful Solution Should be Implemented

The Syrian government and the opposition are in a very dangerous situation and it does not seem it will abate. According to reports (UN and others) close to 100,000 people died during the past two years and about 1.5 million … Continue reading

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Armenia to Get $100 Million from Eurasian Regional Fund for North-South Highway

Armenia will get $100 million from a Eurasian Economic Community anti-crisis fund, a Eurasian Development Bank official said. The 556-km corridor, designed to improve transport links between Europe, the Caucasus and Asia, in particular, between Easter Europe and Western Asia, … Continue reading

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Electric Networks to Invest About $100 Million in Energy System of Armenia in 2014-2018

By Arthur Yernjakyan According to the strategic investment program of the CJSC Electric Networks of Armenia extra investments in the energy system of Armenia for 2014-2018 will amount to 40 billion drams ($98 million), Director General of the company Yevgeny … Continue reading

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Ancient Bible Will Be Returned to Saint Geragos Church

A well known writer living in Istanbul, Mkrtich Margosyan, fighting for renovation of Saint Giragos Armenian Church in Diyarbakir wants to return an ancient Bible found several years ago. Markosyan said the Bible was found in 2001 in a stack … Continue reading

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