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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:14 AM


Job Hotline for Syrian-Armenians Relocating to Armenia

16:33, July 20, 2012
Several unnamed companies in Armenia state that they have banded together to create a job hotline for Syrian-Armenians who wish to relocate to Armenia.

The clearinghouse says it will take care of the necessary paperwork allowing Syrian-Armenian to work in Armenia and will match their skills to companies registered with it.

The telephone number for more information is +374 (10) 574-812



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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:16 AM


Rally Urges More Government Assistance for Syrian-Armenians Seeking to Relocate

Narek Alexanyan

16:32, July 19, 2012
Syrian-Armenians and their supporters rallied today in front of the Government Building in Yerevan calling for greater assistance on a national level to those Armenians fleeing Syria and wishing to relocate in Armenia.

Saying that they expected more from the Armenian government, the Syrian-Armenians pointed out that, on the contrary, they have encountered a number of obstacles.

A group calling itself the Hayazn Civic Organization claimed that the Armenian government has done precious little to facilitate the relocation of Syrian-Armenians in Armenia.

The organization also criticized Armavia Airlines for seeking to exploit the situation by hiking airline ticket prices on its Aleppo to Yerevan flights.

Hayazn representatives Armen Mkrtchyan and Davit Khosrovyan handed a letter to government officials voicing their concerns about the inadequacies of the government regarding the plight of Syrian-Armenians.

The protestors then marched to the Ministry of the Diaspora and the Foreign Ministry to voice their concerns.

One Syrian Armenian, Antranig Vartanian, told reporters at the scene that Armenia had an obligation not only to those seeking to relocate but to the Syrian Armenian community as a whole.


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Posted 23 July 2012 - 11:17 AM


"Armenian Software" Willing to Retrain/Hire Syrian-Armenian Professionals

12:14, July 17, 2012
Armenian Software, a market leader of financial automation systems in Armenia, says it is ready to train and hire Syrian-Armenian professionals who want to relocate to Armenia.

The company has written to the Ministry of Diaspora, asking that it supply them with the names of such individuals who have visited the ministry seeking assistance.

Armenian Software develops and implements accounting, banking and

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 12:27 PM

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Diaspora Ministry hosted the launch of “Come Home 2012” youth program’s fifth stage, which is set to bring together over 200 young participants from 16 countries.

Representatives of Yerevan districts, local government bodies, Diaspora communities, host families and Come Home 2012 fifth stage participants attended the opening ceremony.

RA Diaspora Minister Hranush Hakobyan briefed the guests on the program events, expressing a hope that participants will contribute to maintenance of Armenian identity.

The event further featured screening of a film about the program, the ministry’s press service reported.



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Posted 23 July 2012 - 12:28 PM

this situation is a big test for Diaspora Ministry... lets see if and how it will be taking care of

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 12:29 PM

HOvanes jan du inchvro mi ashxatanq tesnum es or naxararutyun2 katarum e ?

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 07:30 AM

Բարեւ,

Լաւագոյն աշխատանքը, որ կարելի է կատարել, Օբամայի ձեռքերը կտրելն է:

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 07:32 AM

Մենք մի նաւում ենք, որն ուզում են ընկղմեցնել ամերիկացիները, սփիւռքի նախարարութիւնը պիտի գայ եւ մեզ փրկի, սակայն լաստեր չունի, ո՞ւր պիտի տեղաւորի: Ուրեմն, լաւագոյնը, կասեցնել է նաւի ընկղմիլը:

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:39 PM

Hovanes jan husov em amen ban lav lini ..

Aghotqners dzez het..
yete karrogh enq mi banov ognel xndrem chqashves barekam ,,, gites misht iystegh enq dzez het

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:40 PM

isk menq Qrderin moratsel eyinq...

Xinhua. Սիրիայի քրդերը ուժեղ խաղացողներ են երկրի ճգնաժամային վիճակում


Հուլիս 25, 2012 | 21:16
Սիրիայի քրդական բակչությունը, որը մինչեւ վերջերս անընդհատ բողոքում էր ազգային հողի վրա իրագործվող խտրականությունից, սկսել է հանդես գալ բացարձակապես նոր եւ բավական հզոր խաղացողի դերում` երկրում տիրող ճգնաժամի պայմաններում:

Գնալով ավելի են նկատվում քրդերի մտադրությունը`Սիրիայի հյուսիում ստեղծել իրենց երազանքի անկլավը: Այս մասին իր հոդվածում գրում է չինական Xinhua գործակալությունը:

Գործակալությունը նշում է, որ քրդերն արդեն սկսել են «իրենց երազանքին ուղղված զինված շարժումը»: Ավելին, նրանց անանուն ներկայացուցիչները վերջին ժամանակներս, իբր, հայտարարել են, որ վերահսկում են հյուսիս-արեւելյան Դերեքի մարզը, որի բնակչության զգալի մասը քրդեր են: Դերեքում ներկայացված են նաեւ հայերը, արաբները, ասորիները:

Սակայն, ըստ «Սինհուա»-ի, բոլոր այդ գործողություններում առկա է քաղաքական բաղադրիչը: Մասնավորապես, Սիրիայի քրդական «Յիկիտի» կուսակցության քաղբյուրոյի անդամն, իբր, հայտարարել է, որ շուտով Իրաքի Իբրիլ քաղաքում Սիրիայի ազգային քրդական խորհուրդը կքննարկի անկլավի կառավարման մեխանիզմները` իշխող ռեժիմի անկումից հետո:

Գործակալությունը հիշեցնում է, որ Սիրիայի գազի եւ նավթի հանքավայրերը կենտրոնացած են հենց երկրի հյուսիս-արեւելքում:

Կենսականորեն անհրաժեշտ այդ ռեսուրսների քրդերի կողմից հնարավոր վերահսկողությունը կդժվարացնի կամ նույնիսկ անհնար կդարձնի քաղաքական որոշումների կայացումը Դամասկոսի ցանկացած կառավարության համար:

Որոշ վերլուծաբաններ նշում են, որ ի տարբերություն ընդդիմության ներկայացուցիչների, քրդերի համար, ովքեր կազմում են Սիրիայի բնակչության 15 տոկոսը, կարեւոր են միայն ռազմական կառույցները, որոնք պետք է պաշտպանեն իրենց տարածքները:

Նրանք անտարբեր են դաշնային եւ պետական ինստիտուտների, կրոնական կան աշխարհիկ կառավարման մոդելի ընտրության հանդեպ:

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:46 PM

Armenia’s national carrier uses Syrian unrest as opportunity to raise ticket prices – protest demonstration




July 25, 2012 | 16:26
YEREVAN. – A group of activists from Armenia’s civil initiatives held a protest Wednesday in front of Armavia Airline Company’s—which is Armenia’s national carrier—central office in the capital, Yerevan.

The demonstrators were protesting against Armavia’s increasing of the prices of the Aleppo-Yerevan and Yerevan-Aleppo flight tickets. They noted that taking advantage of such warlike situation and pursuing business interests is shamelessness.

“The Arab airlines likewise could have increased the ticket prices, but the price fluctuation there was small. Armenia has had very difficult days, and our compatriots of the Diaspora were along our side in those difficult days. Armavia is the sole organization in Armenia which reacted to the Syrian incidents and thought that it is a convenient time to raise the ticket prices and people will give their last cent to transfer their relatives to Armenia,” protester Apres Zohrabyan said, and stressed that Armavia raised the ticket prices virtually twice.

Another protester, Nvard Manasyan, stated that Armavia cannot be called Armenia’s national carrier because it is taking an anti-national step for the Armenians at this crucial moment.

The protesters were shouting “shame on you” in front of Armavia’s central office and making a call to no longer use the Company’s services.

And no one from Armavia Company approached the demonstrators. The latter hope the matter will not reach the dimension of a nationwide boycott and Armavia will review its price policy.

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:01 AM

Armavia ready to operate flights to Syria twice a week
Posted ImageJuly 26, 2012 - 14:15 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian national carrier Armavia issued a statement, expressing readiness to operate 2 flights per week to Syria through support of the RA government and Diaspora Ministry.

"In this case the air tickets will be almost free
, as it was during tensions in Libya," the statement reads.

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:06 AM




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Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:22 AM


Syrian Armenians fleeing country amid violence
Posted ImageJuly 26, 2012 - 18:01 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - As fighting is raging in major Syrian cities refugees have streamed across the border in the thousands, settling with relatives wherever possible, Gulfnews said.

Syrian Armenians are among those who are fleeing, and many who can afford to move back to Armenia are doing so.

But the vast majority are settling with relatives in Lebanon until the situation back home returns to normalcy.

Lina, a middle-aged woman who fled with her children, speaks of the horrors she left behind in Aleppo. “Shabiha came and beat up businessmen who closed their shops in Aleppo,” she said. Shabiha, are pro-government militias with a notorious reputation for savagery.

“Some were beaten so badly they had to be hospitalised,” she added.

Her young son witnessed a bombing in the Syrian capital and was severely tramautised by the experience. “He sobbed uncontrollably for two days,” she said. But her son is among the many Syrian children exposed to such brutality and devastation. Many children, Lina says, are displaying aggressive behaviour and will be pyschologically affected for the rest of their lives.

While Lina and her children are safe in Beirut for the time being, she remains nervous. “I fear for my community’s long-term survival,” she said speaking about Armenians in Syria. She is among many minorities in Syria who fear that the collapse of the regime will adversely affect their respective communities. Many minorities still believe the Baath regime protects them.

Lina is particularly grateful that the regime opened its doors to the Armenian survivors of the 1915 Genocide at the hands of the Turks. “We remain loyal to the country, and I cannot wait to go home,” she said.



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Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:23 AM


Hunchakian party ready to assist Syrian Armenians
Posted ImageJuly 26, 2012 - 19:48 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - Social Democrat Hunchakian Party issued a statement on tragic events in Syria threatening the safety of the country’s Armenian community.

In this connection, the party expressed readiness to assist in procurement of temporary living accommodations for Syria’s Armenians arriving in their historic homeland.

“We’re ready to cooperate with relevant institutions to help and support our compatriots,” the party said.

The party can be reached at sdhparmenia@gmail.com, sdhk1887@mail.ru e-mail addresses or +37495 50 1887 telephone no.



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Posted 27 July 2012 - 06:33 AM

Hovanes jan husov em amen ban lav lini ..

Aghotqners dzez het..
yete karrogh enq mi banov ognel xndrem chqashves barekam ,,, gites misht iystegh enq dzez het


Շնորհակալ եմ, շատ, ազնիւ զգացումներիդ եւ մտահոգութեանդ առթիւ: Ես արդէն Սիրիայում եմ. մեր կողմերը համեմատաբար խաղաղ է: Շնորհակալութեամբ մեր համար Ձեր բարձրացնելիք աղօթքները կընդունեմ, որպէս օգնութիւն, մեկ էլ...

... հնարաւորինս ամերիկացիների մէջ բարձրաձայնել եւ տարածել՝ ամերիկեան արտաքին քաղաքականութեան կործանարարութեան մասին, միշտ, որովհետեւ ապրում ենք մեկ Երկիր մոլորակում, եւ «Նրանք չգիտեն ի՛նչ են անում»:


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Posted 27 July 2012 - 09:12 AM

... հնարաւորինս ամերիկացիների մէջ բարձրաձայնել եւ տարածել՝ ամերիկեան արտաքին քաղաքականութեան կործանարարութեան մասին, միշտ, որովհետեւ ապրում ենք մեկ Երկիր մոլորակում, եւ «Նրանք չգիտեն ի՛նչ են անում»:[/b][/size][/font]

Shat lav giten te inch en anum, it's all about interests and interests, the rest is all gravy.

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Posted 28 July 2012 - 11:57 AM


Outreach to Syrian Armenians group launched on Facebook
Posted ImageJuly 28, 2012 - 19:10 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - Outreach to Syrian Armenians group was launched on Facebook social network.

As page author Anahit Adamyan told PanARMENIAN.Net the group participants have already helped a Syrian Armenian woman find accommodation in the center of Yerevan.

Also, Syrian Armenian Families’ Refuge group was launched on Facebook social network on July 27.

“We aim to find volunteers ready to welcome our compatriots from Syria who’re having problems with finding accommodation,” the group’s post said.



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Posted 28 July 2012 - 11:59 AM


Alleppo’s Armenian districts calm, residents readying for war
Posted ImagePosted ImageJuly 28, 2012 - 13:52 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - The situation in Aleppo’s Armenian districts has been calm so far, Aleppo-based Facebook users say.

Armenian districts’ residents are storing non-perishable food products; interruptions with breads supplies have been noted over the lack of workforce.

The district residents were advised to store water, fire extinguishers, and find out beforehand the location of basements to hide in the event of shelling.

On the whole, the situation in Armenian districts has been calm. However, people are apprehensive; with Assad loyalists and rebel forces fighting in Aleppo, the attacks might reach Armenian districts in the days to come.

Syrian military helicopters pounded a central district of Aleppo on Saturday, July 28, as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad prepared for an onslaught on rebel fighters that could determine the fate of the country's biggest city, opposition sources said, according to Reuters.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition group which collects information on the uprising against Assad that has gripped Syria for the past 16 months, reported helicopter attacks on the central Salaheddine district of Aleppo and violent clashes elsewhere in the city.

"Helicopters are participating in clashes at the entrance of Salaheddine district and bombarding it," the group said in an emailed statement. "There are also violent clashes at the entrances to Sakhour district."

The battle for the city of 2.5 million people is seen as a crucial test for a government that has committed major military resources to retaining control of its two main power centers, Aleppo and Damascus, in the face of a growing insurgency.



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Posted 28 July 2012 - 12:51 PM


Russia won’t join EU sanctions against Syria – official
Posted ImageJuly 28, 2012 - 17:23 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - Russia will not participate in the EU sanctions against Syria and will not allow the inspection of ships sailing under its flag, Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Saturday, July 28, RIA Novosti said.

“We have no intention to take part in any measures in pursuit of the EU decisions aimed against Syria,” he said, adding that “we will not agree to the inspection of ships sailing under the Russian flag or the use of any other restriction measures against them.”

Russia totally “rejects unilateral sanctions against Syria,” he said.

The European Union approved a new set of sanctions against Syria on Monday, including a tougher arms embargo, in response to the escalating violence in the country.

Foreign ministers of the 27 EU member states agreed to authorize searches of airplanes and ships in EU territorial waters and airspace if they are suspected of carrying arms and other equipment to Syria which could be used by Damascus to crack down on the opposition. The measure reinforces an EU ban on arms deliveries to Syria imposed last May.

The EU ministers also decided to extend the existing EU blacklist of 129 people and 49 companies with links to the Syrian government.

The new measures constituted the 17th round of EU sanctions imposed on Syria since the beginning of an uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011.

The new sanctions came as Syrian government troops have continued their large-scale offensive to force rebels out of Damascus and the northern city of Aleppo. Dozens of people were reported killed and thousands have fled their homes in Syria over the past few days.

Up to 17,000 people have been killed in clashes between Assad troops and opposition fighters since the beginning of the Syrian conflict 17 months ago, according to UN estimates based on accounts provided by Syrian activists.

The UN Refugee Agency said last week that the number of Syrian refugees it has registered or assisted in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey has almost tripled since April to 112,000. The actual number of Syrian refugees is thought to be significantly higher.






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