Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tillerson: Washington Will Carry on With Its Support for Armenia’s Security

U.S Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian have exchanged letters in connection with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between their countries. In his letter to Tillerson cited by the Armenian Foreign … Continue reading

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Vartan Gharapetian Elected Mayor of Glendale City

GLENDALE – Vartan Gharapetian was unanimously elected Mayor of the City of Glendale. Gharapetian was elected to the Glendale City Council in April of 2015 and has been involved with the City of Glendale directly as the past Commissioner on … Continue reading

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Six Armenians Are Among 200 Richest Russian Businessmen

MOSCOW – According to the Russian edition of Forbes Magazine, Leonid Miklelson, co-owner of the Novatek gas producing company, has topped the annual rating of the wealthiest Russians. The list includes also six ethnic Armenian businessmen. They are the main … Continue reading

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Thank You City Hall, Thank You Committee

The Armenian Genocide Committee of Southern California deserves accolades for the well planned and executed events on the occasion of the 102nd commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Composed of 18 Armenian community organizations — religious, political, social, philanthropic, cultural, compatriotic … Continue reading

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Armenia to Build $350 Million Worth 100 Wind Power Plants

YEREVAN – Over 100 windmills will be built in Armenia, worth $350 million, Deputy Minister of Energy Infrastructure and Natural Resources Hayk Harutyunyan told journalists. He said the government has already approved an investment program of an UAE registered company … Continue reading

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$6.8 Million Private Investments to Build Sports Facilities in 2017

About $6.8 million private investments are expected to be made this year in the construction of sport facilities in Armenia. $2.4 million will be invested for a sports and recreation complex on 4800 square meters in Kanaker-Zeytun in Yerevan. The … Continue reading

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Lost Evidence of Armenian Genocide Discovered in Jerusalem Archive

JERUSALEM – (The Jerusalem Post) – Lost evidence was recently recovered in a Jerusalem archive that researchers have dubbed as “smoking gun” proof of the Armenian Genocide by Ottoman Turkey. Boxes of evidence have rested in the archives of the … Continue reading

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