“A Hot Plate”-a new initiative for villagers


Nearly 400 residents of the Noramarg village of Ararat Province

German-Armenian architect Albert Sevintz: “For me, Armenia is the land with which I have a unique and inexplicable soulful relationship”


Hayern Aysor’s correspondent sat down for an interview with Dusseldorf-based

Father of repatriate family: “I want my children to be filled with so much patriotism that it bursts out of their souls”


Kazakh-Armenian businessman Vahan Avetisyan considers his Russian wife’s and their

Mourad Acuz: “The purpose of our activities is to help Armenia and Artsakh”


In an interview with Hayern Aysor, President of the Union

Hranush Hakobyan: “An Armenian woman is the guarantee for the existence of the Armenian nation”


On March 6, the vestibule of the Faculty of Armenian

Play based on Kemal Yalcin’s book “You Rejoice My Heart” to be held in Los Angeles


Our interlocutor is director of the play “You Rejoice My

2017 “Ari Tun” Program-Nune Movsisyan: “We are willing to always receive them and welcome them to the homeland!”


The launch of the 2017 “Ari Tun” Program is only

2017 “Ari Tun” Program-Hovhannes Soghomonya: “They are coming home, the doors of which are always open for them”


Numerous families in Armenia have hosted young Diaspora Armenians through

Anna Mazmanyan: “Armenia has all the conditions for the development of gastro-tourism”


Expert in world economics and corporate management, hotel and restaurant

Armine Petrosyan: “The “Ari Tun” Program for homeland recognition will lead to repatriation someday”


Through the “Ari Tun” Program of the RA Ministry of

MP Nora Arisian welcomes Ghaumi Suri Syrian parliamentary faction’s demand to condemn Armenian Genocide


On February 23, leader of the faction of the Ghaumi

Susanna Bagratunyan: “I think the “Ari Tun” Program for homeland recognition is very valuable and important”


For many years, numerous young Diaspora Armenians have been visiting

Yuri Petrosyan: The type of Armenian


A stone “comes to life”, and the petrified “second” becomes

Shakeh Ardzivian: “The homeland has always been the axis of my life”


Many Diaspora Armenians having settled in the Homeland continue their