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#1 Javakhk

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Posted 20 April 2010 - 01:47 PM

Ջավախքը նախապատրաստվում է Հայոց Մեծ Եղեռնի 95-րդ տարեդարձին
Javakhk is preparing to 95íth anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
Джавахк готовится к 95-ой годовщине Армянского Геноцида


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Ապրիլի 23 եվ 24-ին Ջավախքում տեղի կունենան Հայոց ցեղասպանության 95-ամիակին նվիրված հանրահավաքներ

Ապրիլի 23-ին ժամը 20:00-ին Ախալցխայի Հայկական երիտասարդական կրթամշակութային կենտրոնի և ęՋորի ԶորյանĽ երիտասարդական միության նախաձեռնությամբ Սբ. Գրիգոր Լուսավորիչ եկեղեցուց կմեկնարկի ամենամյա և արդեն ավանդույթ դարձած ջահերով երթը դեպի քաղաքի Մարտա թաղամասում տեղադրված Հայոց մեծ Եղեռնի զոհերին նվիրված խաչքար-հուշակոթող, որտեղ Ախալցխայի երիտասարդները հանդես կգան Ցեղասպանությունը դատապարտող կոչերով և հայրենասիրական երգերի կատարումներով:

Ապրիլի 24-ին առավոտյան ժամը 11:00-ին եկեղեցական արարողակարգերից հետո երթի մասնակիցները քաղաքի կենտրոնական փողոցներով Հայոց մեծ Եղեռնը դատապարտող ցուցապաստառները ձեռքերին կշարժվեն դեպի 1915թ. Հայոց Մեծ Եղեռնի զոհերին նվիրված խաչքար-հուշակեթող` մասնակցելու կատարվելիք հոգեհանգստյան արարողությանը, որից հետո կհնչեն 1915թ. իրադարձությունները դատապարտող ելույթներ: Ակցիայի մասնակիցները Վրաստանի իշխանություններից կպահանջեն հետևել քաղաքակիրթ պետությունների օրինակին և ճանաչել Հայեց ցեղասպանության փաստը:

Նմանատիպ միջոցառումներ տեղի կունենան նաև Ախալքալաքում և Նինոծմինդայում:

Ապրիլի 23-ին ժամը 20:00-ին Ախալքալաքի ęԴոսաֆĽ-ի պարտեզից կմեկնարկի ջահերով երթ դեպի Սբ. Խաչ եկեղեցի, իսկ ապրիլի 24-ի առավոտյան սգո հանրահավաքներ տեղի կունենան ինչպես Ախալքալաքում այնպես էլ Նինոծմինդայում:

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#2 Arpa

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 10:02 AM

‘There is No Javakhk on the Map,’ Says Georgian Foreign Minister?.
OH Yeah!!
:goof: Like there is a “georgia” on the map, like this?;
http://www.statetrav...georgia-map.gif
Or. Are we talking about this idiot?
http://en.wikipedia....eorge_Gurdjieff
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George Ivanovich Gurdjieff (Armenian: Գեորգի Իվանովիչ Գյուրջիև, Greek: Γεώργιος Γεωργιάδης, Russian: Гео́ргий Ива́нович Гюрджи́ев, January 13, 1866? – October 29, 1949,


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‘There is No Javakhk on the Map,’ Says Georgian Foreign Minister
Posted By Asbarez Staff On October 4, 2010 @ 4:43 pm In Armenia, Featured Story, News, Top Stories | No Comments
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YEREVAN (Combined Sources)—In an odd manifestation of Tbilisi’s diplomatic overtures, Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, who is on a visit to Yerevan, denied the existence of Javakhk at a press conference Monday following meetings with Armenian officials.
“I don’t know what Javakhk is: there is no Javakhk region on the map,” Vashadze said in response to a journalist’s question regarding Tbilisi’s delay in signing the European convention of regional languages and the impact of that delay on the continuing education crisis in the Armenian-populated region of Javakhk.
Instead, Vashadze said that 103 Armenian schools were renovated on state funds, claiming that Armenian schools had received more attention than Georgian schools.
Vashadze, who was in Yerevan for talks with his Armenian counterpart Eduard Nalbandian, also spoke about Armenia’s military relations with Russia and expressed his government’s concerns over a recently signed defense agreement between Moscow and Yerevan, RFE/RL reported.
Still he stopped short of publicly criticizing the Armenian government for deepening its military ties with Moscow and insisted that Armenia and Georgia are “finding understanding regarding each and every matter.”
“I would like to stress that Armenia is a sovereign nation and Armenia has the right to decide what kind of a security arrangement is good for this nation. Nobody doubts that,” Vashadze said after meeting Nalbandian.
“But Georgia has the sovereign right to make comments about the presence of a Russian military base in the South Caucasus, notwithstanding whether that bases is present. We have five bases in Georgia and, trust me, it is a persistent threat to our security, independence and sovereignty,” he said, referring to Russian troops stationed in the breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
“And when we are discussing the fate of the South Caucasus and its three independent states, it would nice to remember 1921, when we, all three of us, lost independence during one year,” Vashadze added in reference to Armenia’s, and Azerbaijan’s and Georgia’s forced incorporation into the Soviet Union.
The Russian-Armenian pact signed in late August extended Russia’s long-term lease on a military base headquartered in Gyumri until 2044 and upgraded its role in Armenia’s security. It also calls for Russian arms deliveries to the Armenian military.
Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalanadze indicated later in August that Tbilisi is not worried about the deal, saying that Yerevan is “conscious of threats to Georgia emanating from Russia.” However, Vashadze was quoted by an Azerbaijani news agency in early September as calling the pact “a big threat to the region.”
The Armenian Foreign Ministry suggested that the comments were distorted by the APA agency. “In any case, no foreign official has the right to meddle in our affairs and make comments on our security issues,” a ministry spokesman said at the time.
“I’ve never made comments about Armenian security, stability, independence or sovereignty,” Vashadze told a joint news conference with Nalbandian. He said in that context that his statements are “sometimes not described quite accurately” by media.
Speaking in English, the Georgian minister also downplayed the differing geopolitical orientations of the two neighboring states, saying that Georgian-Armenian relations “have not been better than they are today.” “As close friends and neighboring countries, we will always have some issues to discuss, but we are trying not to transform those issues into problems,” he said. “I should say that we are finding understanding regarding each and every matter.”
Nalbandian agreed, presenting frequent meetings between Armenian and Georgian leaders as proof of that understanding. “There will always be issues between neighboring countries, between families or within a family, and those issues should be solved through meetings or negotiations,” he said. “There are no issues which we can’t solve through negotiations.”
Neither minister clarified whether the Russian troop presence was on the agenda of their talks. A statement by the Armenian Foreign Ministry said they discussed “a broad range of issues,” including bilateral economic ties.
Nalbandian emphasized the fact that the volume of Armenian-Georgian trade soared by over 50 percent to $140 million in the first nine months of this year. While welcoming the surge, Vashadze described the absolute figure as “shameful.” “We shall seriously work on increasing that figure,” he said.


Edited by Arpa, 05 October 2010 - 10:22 AM.





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