ԵՒՐՈՊԱՅԷՆ 80 ԵՐԻՏԱՍԱՐԴՆԵՐ ԿԸ ՍԿՍԻՆ HAYTADOLOGY II. ԴԱՍԸՆԹԱՑՔԻՆ

Կիրակի 21 Փետրուար 2021 երեկոյեան սկիզբ առաւ Աւստրիոյ Հայ Դատի Յանձնախումբին Կազմակերպած HAYTADOLOGY II. Հայկական Ժամանակակից Հարցերու նուիրուած Խտացեալ Դասընթացքը՝ առցանց Zoom հարթակի վրայ:

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Australian Government supports OSCE process and principles including self-determination for Nagorno Karabakh peace

CANBERRA: Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne has reaffirmed the Australian Government’s support for the OSCE Minsk Group process, highlighting “equal rights and self-determination of people” as one of the three equal principles that must guide Nagorno Karabakh to permanent peace following the bloody war of 2020, reported the Armenian National Committee of Australia. Continue reading “Australian Government supports OSCE process and principles including self-determination for Nagorno Karabakh peace”

Over 100 U.S. Representatives Call on Biden Administration to Stand with Artsakh and Armenia

WASHINGTON, DC – Over one hundred Members of Congress – from more than twenty U.S. states – have called upon the Biden Administration to undertake concrete steps for Artsakh’s survival and Armenia’s security, in a bipartisan Armenian Caucus letter strongly supported by the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). Continue reading “Over 100 U.S. Representatives Call on Biden Administration to Stand with Artsakh and Armenia”

Legislative Council of South Australia Joins House of Assembly In Recognising the Republic of Artsakh

ADELAIDE: South Australia’s Legislative Council has joined the House of Assembly in recognising the Republic of Artsakh’s rights to self-determination in a historic motion passed on 17th February 2021, reported the Armenian National Committee of Australia (ANC-AU). Continue reading “Legislative Council of South Australia Joins House of Assembly In Recognising the Republic of Artsakh”

Recognize Artsakh petition presented to Australian House of Representatives, referred to Foreign Minister

The petition on the Australian Parliament’s website calling for the recognition of the Republic of Artsakh was presented to the House of Representatives on Monday 15th February 2021 by the Standing Committee on Petitions, and has been referred to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne. Continue reading “Recognize Artsakh petition presented to Australian House of Representatives, referred to Foreign Minister”

ANC International Criticizes Foreign Minister for Remarks on Turkey

The Armenian National Committee-International on Thursday issued a statement criticizing Armenia’s Foreign Minister Ara Aivazyan, who in remarks on Wednesday said that “Turkey no longer had a reason to keep its borders closed.” The ANC International also voiced concern about the dangers such a policy might pose to the not only the security of Armenia but also the unresolved issues stemming from Turkey’s continued denial of the Armenian Genocide. Continue reading “ANC International Criticizes Foreign Minister for Remarks on Turkey”

The Armenian National Committee of Canada Purchases New Property in Ottawa to Serve as its New Headquarters

(OTTAWA – February 10, 2021) – On February 1st, 2021, the Board of Directors of the Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC) finalized the purchase of a new property in Ottawa that will now serve as its new headquarters, reported the ANCC.

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ANCA Backs Bipartisan Congressional Call on Biden Administration to Support Artsakh

WASHINGTON, DC – The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) launched a national campaign today rallying Armenian Americans and allies to secure Congressional signatures on a bipartisan Armenian Caucus letter encouraging the new Biden-Harris Administration to support Artsakh and Armenia. Continue reading “ANCA Backs Bipartisan Congressional Call on Biden Administration to Support Artsakh”

MEDIA RELEASE Tamara Kotoyan Confirmed As Recipient Of ANC-AU Internship Program Hagop Kortian Scholarship

SYDNEY: Tamara Kotoyan has been confirmed as the recipient of the Armenian National Committee of Australia (ANC-AU) Internship Program’s 2020 Hagop Kortian Scholarship, beginning a three-month internship at the office of the peak public affairs representative of the Armenian-Australian community ahead of receiving frontline work experience in the office of a Federal parliamentarian to help support her ambition of a potential career in politics. Continue reading “MEDIA RELEASE Tamara Kotoyan Confirmed As Recipient Of ANC-AU Internship Program Hagop Kortian Scholarship”