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27.04.2022 Hakob Asatryan

Strasbourg, 26.04.2022 – The 2022 Europe Prize – the highest level of the Prize which is awarded each year by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to the town most active in...

26.04.2022 Hakob Asatryan

The Georgian writer Iva Pezuashvili has won the 2022 European Union Prize for Literature for his book A Garbage Chute. The jury also gave a special mention to Ukrainian writer Eugenia Kuznetsova for her book Ask Miyechka, as well as...

25.04.2022 Hakob Asatryan

On April 24, 1915, Ottoman authorities arrested Armenian intellectuals and community leaders in Constantinople. Thus began the Armenian genocide—one of the worst mass atrocities of the 20th century. Today, we remember the one and...

Three American heroes of Genocide education and prevention: Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Peter Balakian, Armenian Genocide Education Act author Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), and Dr. Khatchig Mouradian of the Library of Congress – at the Capitol Hill remembrance of the Armenian Genocide. Legislators Rally Support for Passage of ANCA-Backed...

Comment by the MFA Spokesperson regarding the St. Harutyun church in Hadrut We strongly condemn the acts of vandalism and desecration of the St. Harutyun Church in the city of Hadrut, fallen under the control of Azerbaijan. These pre-planned actions carried out by the authorities of Azerbaijan, aimed at...

Foreign Aid Testimony Requests Statutory Ban on U.S. Military Aid to Baku WASHINGTON, DC – Government Affairs Director Tereza Yerimyan outlined the Armenian National Committee of America’s (ANCA) policy priorities in testimony submitted today to the U.S. House panel drafting the FY23 foreign aid bill – with a sharp focus...

April 26, 2022, Brussels – The European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (EAFJD) and Comité de Défense de la Cause Arménienne (CDCA Belgique) learnt with dismay about the act of vandalism committed on the cross stone (khachkar) dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in Brussels on...

The Georgian writer Iva Pezuashvili has won the 2022 European Union Prize for Literature for his book A Garbage Chute. The jury also gave a special mention to Ukrainian writer Eugenia Kuznetsova for her book Ask Miyechka, as well as to writers from Bosnia Herzegovina, Belgium, Spain, and Ireland. The nominees for 2022 came from...

Annual April 24th Commemorative Statement not Matched by U.S. Policy Confronting Turkish and Azerbaijani Genocidal Aggression WASHINGTON, DC – A year after President Biden rejected Turkey’s gag-rule on honest U.S. remembrance of the Armenian Genocide, Armenian Americans look for concrete U.S. action to secure justice for this crime and prevent...

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