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"WE ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK"

             In October, a well-known Artsakh group of musicians, led by NKR Deputy Minister of Culture and Youth Affairs Gayane Grigoryan, went on tour to Denmark. The group comprised young pianist Anahit Arushanyan (first-year student of the Yerevan State Conservatory), clarinetist Arsen Grigoryan (third-year Conservatory student), flutist Artashes Grigoryan, singer Lilit Safaryan, and accompanist Nadezhda Hakobyan - they are all teachers at the StepanakertMusicCollege. Following is our interview with G. Grigoryan on the goals, results of, and impressions on the tour.

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ARTSAKH STATE UNIVERSITY - A NEW PROSPECT FOR COOPERATION

Tomsk_2.jpgA new initiative is launched, which will allow to present real Artsakh at the academic level. It will be implemented through the cooperation between the Russia-Armenian Cooperation organization, the Yerevan and Tomsk State Universities.
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THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY OF SLOVAKIA INTRODUCES COOPERATION PROGRAMS

 

altOn the initiative of the Forum of Armenian Associations of Europe (Chairman – Ashot Grigorian), a Slovakian delegation paid a two-day visit to Artsakh, comprising first Chairman (former) of the National Council of the Slovakian Republic Frantisek Miklosko, Rector of the Central European University of Skalica city Heyde Shvartsova, and businessmen.

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A FILM ABOUT THE KARABAKH NATIONAL-LIBERATION STRUGGLE

DSC_3895.JPGIt is hard to imagine the 20-year-old chronology of the Artsakh national-liberation struggle and the Armenian Army without the films of Bulgarian producer, screenwriter, and camerawoman Tsvetana Paskaleva. She studied in Moscow when she heard about the Azerbaijani-Karabakh conflict, and she came to the region to make a commentary on the deportation of the Getashen and Martunashen Armenian population. She came and started her long-term creative activity on true reflection of the epochal events taking place in Artsakh. Paskaleva’s mission on introducing the truth about the Karabakh people’s struggle to the international community is still underway. The Bulgarian annalist summarized the war chronology in a film entitled ‘The Wounds of Karabakh’.
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