It was already reported in the press that on September 28, a short dialogue between Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev took place on the margins of the Summit of the CIS leaders in Dushanbe.
Prominent physicists from around the world will meet in Artsakh to discuss the recent achievements and developments in the broad field of quantum condensed matter physics. From June 28th to July 2nd, an international conference entitled "New Trends in Quantum and Mesoscopic Physics" will be held in Stepanakert.
On October 7, an unprecedented exhibition took place in the Stepanakert Picture Gallery: the visitors had the opportunity to enter, with soul and mind, the gates of 100 churches of present-day and historic Armenia.
On May 18, on the occasion of the International Museum Day, the NKR Ministry of Culture and Youth Affairs organized a series of events. A special place was occupied by the outdoor exhibition 'Granny's Box' organized in the courtyard of the Charles Aznavour Cultural Center.
On October 24, at the initiative of the NKR Ministry of Culture and Youth Affairs and with the participation of President Bako Sahakyan, a campaign entitled ‘To be aware of our homeland’ and dedicated to the 24th anniversary of the NKR declaration took place, involving over 200 youth representatives.
On November 19, within the framework of the visit of Minister of Culture and Youth Affairs of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Narine Aghabalian to France, a Friendship Declaration between the NKR Askeran and French Bouc-Bel-Air cities was signed at the City Hall of Bouc-Bel-Air.
On October 11-13, a street art festival titled 'Eternity' was organized in Stepanakert, comprising young painters and volunteers. It was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
Within his three-day visit to Artsakh, RA Minister of Education and Science Armen Ashotian had a meeting at the AtsakhStateUniversity, where the NKR and RA Ministers of Education and Science signed a cooperation memorandum for 2014-2020.
Kolkata: The 103-year-old stately Park Mansions, located in the city's stylish Park Street has bagged the first heritage award instituted by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH).