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Visit Vayots Dzor | History, Scenery & Winemaking

Visit Vayots Dzor | History, Scenery & Winemaking

Vayots Dzor or the “Valley of Woes”, positioned on the banks of Arpa river is one of the most picturesque, ancient, mythical, unique and eco-touristic provinces of the Republic of Armenia. Bordering the famed Ararat valley, Gegharkunik and Syunik Marzes, Vayots Dzor is surrounded by the Vardenis as well as Arpa and Vayk mountain ranges. It is home to spectacular…

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Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia Yerevan, 02 April. 2016 We strongly condemn the military actions, unleashed by the Azerbaijani armed forces last night along the entire Line of Contact with Nagorno-Karabakh and the border with Armenia, which targeted also civilian infrastructures and settlements.Baku’s continued efforts to undermine the negotiation process, including the recent…

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Honorary Consul Mr. Arto Artinian expresses his Condolences

Honorary Consul Mr. Arto Artinian expresses his Condolences

The Embassy of the Russian Federation 78 Sap Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Kingdom of Thailand 04, November, 2015 His Excellency Mr. Kirill Barsky, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Kingdom of Thailand. Dear Excellency, The Russian nation is going through a mournful period of intense pain and soul-searching following the tragic air crash of Russian “Kogalymavia”…

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Armenian Genocide Centenary commemorated in Bangkok

Armenian Genocide Centenary commemorated in Bangkok

Honoring 100 years with 100 candles and prayers, the Armenian community of Thailand marked the centenary of the Armenian Genocide with a Vigil and a “Renewal & Continuity” Portraits Exhibition at Christ Church Bangkok, in the Presence of Royal Thai government representatives, Ambassadors, Consuls, Honorary Consuls, foreign diplomatic corps Minister-Counsellors, guests, as well as Religious and Press leaders and representatives….

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