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Flower gathering event at Armenian Genocide Memorial on April 27 and 28
The initiative combines the idea of giving these flowers a new lease of life and the environmental mission that promotes recycling. The flowers laid at the Genocide Memorial on April 24 are gathered and their stems are removed from the petals. The petals are used to derive compost, and the stems – to make handmade recycled paper. The compost is used for the treatment of the soil in the Genocide Memorial Park, while the handmade recycled paper is used to make certificates or postcards.
Massachusetts honors Genocide victims in State House ceremony
As State Representative David Muradian explained, many of his colleagues in that chamber have an “R” or a “D” after their names. “Truthfully,” he said, “they should have an ‘A’ for Armenian,” alluding that crimes against humanity, including the Armenian Genocide and the genocides that followed, should not be considered partisan issues.
Artsakh stands for peaceful relations with Azerbaijan - President
President Sahakyan noted that large-scale work was carried out in all the areas of the republic’s life in 2018, steady growth was registered with the current programs being elaborated and translated into life
Armenian PM says hopes Syria will soon enter a period of recovery and prosperity
The Prime Minister voiced hope that the "historically established deeply-rooted friendly relations between Armenia and Syria will continue to develop and strengthen for the benefit of our countries and peoples."
Moscow believes agreements on Karabakh settlement will be implemented
Asked about the proposals on conflict settlement, the Minister noted that “agreements should be sought between parties themselves on the basis of the principles of territorial integrity, the right of peoples to self-determination and non-use of force,” he said, adding that “details remain confidential.”
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to address Armenian Genocide commemoration in Sydney
Last month, Ms Berejiklian – the grandchild of Armenian Genocide survivors – became the first female to be popularly elected as the Premier of Australia's largest state, after historically leading her party to election victory.