ARF-D Mourns the Loss of Levon Hayrapetyan

(ARMENIAN WEEKLY) YEREVAN—The Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaksutyun (ARF-D) released a statement on Oct. 19, mourning the untimely death of Armenian businessman…

ARF-D Representatives from the Americas, Australia Meet in Buenos Aires

The Regional meeting of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun (ARF-D) bodies of the Americas and Australia took place in Buenos Aires, Nov. 11-12, under the auspices of the ARF-D Bureau. Members of the ARF-D Bureau, including its representative, as well as members of the ARF-D Supreme Council of Armenia and representatives of various ARF-D regions, were…

FAST fellowship program: The first step to education-science ecosystem

(mediamax.am) The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST) announced the launch of a fellowship program that will support postgraduate students and university applicants in natural sciences or engineering to do research in leading universities of Armenia in order to get PhD degree. Today CEO of the Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology Armen Orujyan…

ARF-D Mourns the Loss of Levon Hayrapetyan

(ARMENIAN WEEKLY) YEREVAN—The Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaksutyun (ARF-D) released a statement on Oct. 19, mourning the untimely death of Armenian businessman and philanthropist Levon Hayrapetyan. “Mr. Hayrapetyan was a patriotic figure who was concerned with the fate of the nation and worked towards its prosperous and secure future. One may recall his several initiatives directed at…

ARF-D Urges Citizens Living Outside Lebanon to Register to Vote in 2018 Election

Nov. 20 Registration Deadline Set for Diasporan Lebanese Voters (ARMENIAN WEEKLY) The Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun (ARF-D) Central Committee of Lebanon is urging Lebanese citizens around the world to register to vote in the country’s general election, slated for next year. Lebanese legislators ratified a new parliamentary election law in June that will allow Lebanese in…

Armenia’s Education Minister: ‘Armenian Is and Will Remain the Only Official Language’

YEREVAN—Armenia’s Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan stated once again, on Sept. 22 that Armenian will remain the only official language in Armenia, and that Russian will continue to be considered a “foreign language.” “In the Republic of Armenia, Armenian is and will remain the only official language because we are an independent and…