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Statement by the MFA of Armenia

Early this morning, the Azerbaijani side launched missile attacks along the entire line of contact targeting also the peaceful settlements, including the capital Stepanakert. We strongly condemn the aggression of the military-political leadership of Azerbaijan against the Republic of Artsakh. The Armenian sides will act confidently with all their capacities

September 27, 2020

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2020 Armenian Christmas & Community Gathering in Bangkok

Under the patronage of Honorary Consul Mr. Arto Artinian, the Armenian community of Thailand celebrated Armenian Christmas on Sunday, 5th of January 2020. Following Christmas prayers delivered by Rev. Deacon Sarkis Tarakjian at Christ Church in Bangkok, the community members enjoyed dinnertime at the Campus Lounge, Grand Hyatt Erawan. The event was

January 6, 2020

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Armenian Independence Day Auspiciously Celebrated In Thailand

Bangkok – 26 September 2019 The Consulate of Armenia in Thailand celebrated the 28th Anniversary of the Armenian Independence. On Wednesday, 25 September 2019, the Consulate of the Republic of Armenia to the Kingdom of Thailand, celebrated the 28th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Armenia at a formal reception held at the Grand Hyatt

September 26, 2019

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Superlatives In Armenia

Bangkok based Armenian – American travel blogger Ric Gazarian is an avid adventurer and an itinerant explorer, spanning the globe to discover concealed sights and uncharted places, articulating his experiences through his fascinating personal blog We share in this post one of Ric’s own readings of Armenia as gotten through his

May 22, 2018

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Honorary Consul Mr. Arto Artinian’s Commemorative Message to The Armenian Community of Thailand

Sirely Hayer, Today we mark the gravest day of our history, as we commemorate communally, the 103rd Remembrance Day of The Armenian Genocide of 1915, when a premeditated state plan was evilly executed by the leaders of the Ottoman Empire against its Armenian minority population. On this day, the whole Armenian nation; in Armenia, Artsakh and the …

April 24, 2018

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A Celebration of Thai Silk

The Armenian community of Thailand gathered at the Armenian Consulate lounge in Bangkok to meet with the award-winning Armenian fashion designer Kevork Shadoyan, who’s been invited by the Royal Thai government’s Tourism and traditional fashion promoting bodies, to represent Armenia and traditional Armenian dressmaking under the “Celebration of Thai

November 22, 2017

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Introducing ArmAs Winery, the Renaissance of Armenian Winemaking

Golden Grape ArmAs winery CEO Victoria Aslanian presented her 80-year-old family tradition of “The Oldest Wine Making Story In Armenia“ narrating her oenological passion and expertise, as well as the story of ArmAs vineyards of Armenia, taking the guests into the spectacular journey through the terroir of the ArmAs Estate. Held under the patronage of

November 20, 2017

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Assumption University MBA Speaker Of The Month

Honorary Consul of the Republic of Armenia Mr. Arto Artinian delivered a Keynote Speech titled “Armenia: Nation of Innovation” Accepting an invitation from Mr. Glen Chatelier of the Office of International Affairs of Assumption University, Mr. Arto Artinian delivered a Keynote Speech as part of the MBA Speaker of the Month program for MBA students

August 18, 2017

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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. …

July 6, 2017

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Armenia marked the 25th Anniversary of its Independence

Yerevan, 21 September, 2016 25 years after its Declaration of Independence, initially adopted on the 23rd of August 1990, ensued by the unanimous public referendum and the decision by the Supreme Council of Armenia to secede from the USSR, the Republic of Armenia marked its Independence Day with a triumphant military parade. As a biblical …

September 21, 2016

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