Armenia News Bulletin 01-25-11


  1. Any testimony for the consolidation of the NKR statehood causes inadequate reaction by Baku
  2. Bako Sahakyan receives Russian philanthropist
  3. President Sargsyan meets Thomas Hammarberg
  4. Davit Jamalyan: Turkish propaganda is more dangerous
  5. Yervand Bozoyan: Nalbandyan-Mammadyarov meeting may weaken the tension
  6. Serzh Sargsyan: We strive to have a state, a society whose pillars are knowledgeable people
  7. Turkologist: Turkey tries to suspend recognition of Armenian Genocide through blackmailing
  8. Charles Aznavour calls on to Israel to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide
  9. It is early to expect progress in NK conflict settlement
  10. Political analyst: It is difficult to expect any drastic progress or changes in the Karabakh conflict settlement process
  11. Yervand Bozoyan: ‘The Armenian side gives proper responses to Azerbaijan’s instigating policy’
  12. President Sargsyan sends letter of condolences on a terrorist attack at the Domodedovo airport
  13. About 8000 foreign citizens visited the NKR in 2010
  14. Armenian Catholicos undergoes surgery in New York
  15. Armen Ashotyan: Our future is only in knowledge and healthy competition
  16. “Ayb” senior school to work in 2011-2012 academic year
  17. Pavel Avetisyan: Areni structures prove ancient facts of wine production
  18. Association of Armenian graduates received education at US educational establishments opens
  19. Elections of YSU rector May 29
  20. YSU to offer a major in Caucasus Science starting from 2012
  21. 2 lecturers of YSU dismissed for taking bribes
  22. YSU needs young lecturers
  23. Four Armenians injured in “Domodedovo” bomb blast

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