AGBU CHARACTERIZES ARMENIA’S ELECTION OUTCOME AS FIRST STEP TO NATIONAL HEALING

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As Nikol Pashinyan has emerged as the winner of the June 20th Snap Parliamentary Elections, AGBU offers its congratulations to Mr. Pashinyan as the duly re-elected Prime Minister of Armenia. By a decisive margin, voters have given him a second chance to make good on his promises to address all that contributed to the tragic losses of the 2020 Artsakh War...
 

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AGBU PRESIDENT BERGE SETRAKIAN SHARES FIRSTHAND OBSERVATIONS ON IMPACT OF 2020 ARTSAKH WAR

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Just 24 hours after returning to New York from his first post-war visit to Armenia and Artsakh, AGBU President Berge Setrakian took the time to respond to questions from members and friends of AGBU. He shared his personal observations and insights about the current realities from his unique perspective as head of the global non-profit for 20 years and his engagement with the homeland over the last 30 years in various leadership roles. He spoke about how these impressions and conclusions could inform strategies and solutions to advance the...
 

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AGBU PAYS RESPECTS TO FALLEN HEROES AT YERABLUR CEMETERY

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On June 2, 2021, AGBU President Berge Setrakian, Vera Setrakian and Vasken Yacoubian, accompanied by AGBU members, friends and partners paid their respects to the soldiers who lost their lives during the 2020 Arstakh War. AGBU youth was represented by groups from the AGBU Scouts and Young Professionals as well as students from Hayortats Children’s Centers. They took part in a memorial service held at Yerablur Military Memorial Cemetery, where many of Armenia’s war heroes are laid to rest. His Eminence Archbishop Nathan Hovhannisyan led the religious service...

 

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AGBU WEIGHS IMPACT OF PRESIDENT BIDEN’S RECOGNITION OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

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As the world’s largest Armenian non-profit organization with a 115 year history serving our people, AGBU has long understood the value of an unequivocal recognition of the Armenian Genocide of 1915 by the United States of America. After many missed opportunities, that elusive clarity from an American president was finally brought to bear on the official record through the words of...
 

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AGBU “VOICES OF TRUTH” SERIES PUTS A HUMAN FACE ON THE ARTSAKH WAR

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Modern-day historians, journalists, and human rights advocates tend to agree that eyewitness testimonies by ordinary civilians and victims of war are a valuable dimension of the multi-faceted process of documenting and analyzing evidence for the purpose reporting news, prosecuting war crimes, settling historical disputes, or identifying causal...
 

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