What Are You Doing For Artsakh?

Students of AGBU Marie Manoogian School in Buenos Aires stands with Artsakh

According to Hayern Aysor, students of the

2017 is the Year of Artsakh-Call of the RA Ministry of Diaspora to all Armenians

We learned many lessons and drew many

France’s Aratta Armenian Association joins movement devoted to Karabakh

The Aratta Armenian Association of the French

Dance group of Abovyan Armenian Cultural Union joins pan-Armenian movement

The dance group of Abovyan Armenian Cultural

Young Bulgarian-Armenians join “What are YOU doing for Karabakh?” pan-Armenian movement

The young members of AGBU Plovdiv have

Argentine journalist joins “What are YOU doing for Karabakh?” pan-Armenian movement of RA Ministry of Diaspora, says movement is a wonderful initiative

The “What are YOU doing for Karabakh?”

Students of YSU (Yerevan State University) will Distribute New Year Gifts to 2000 Children Living in the Border Villager of Artsakh and Davush

The periodic charitable act by the SU’s

The “Abovian” Cultural Association of the City if Hague Joined the “What are you Doing for Karabagh” Movement

The “Abovian” Cultural Association operating in the

Kevork Zatikian, Head of the Armenian National Committee in Brazil, joins the pan-Armenian Movement

The head of the Armenian National Committee

8-year-old Girl Living in the USA Works for, Buys and Ships 32 Bags of Medicine to the Soldiers of Artsakh

8-year-old Sona Tanielyan, born in the city

The “Armenian Women’s Association” of Vesterford, Netherlands, expressed its support for the people of Artsakh and the Armenian soldier

The “Armenian Women’s Association” in the city

Armenian Students in Paris Part of the pan-Armenian Movement

The students of the Armenian “Hay das”

The students of the Armenian school “Mashdotsyan letters” in the city of Dijon will assist the students in Artsakh

The students of the “Mashdotsyan letters” Armenian

The Students of the “Mesrop Mashdots” Association’s School in the Belgian City of Liege Participating in the Movement Initiated by the Ministry of Diaspora

The students of the “Mesrop Mashdots” Association’s

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