Armenian art in Lyon: Ashot Gevorgyan
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Armenian art in Lyon: Ashot Gevorgyan

Muscari, a cultural philanthropic foundation which contributes to the valorization and diffusion of Armenian and French cultures, this spring organized exhibitions of two Armenian artists in the Rose Tower in Lyon. First was young sculptor Ashot Gevorgyan, who presented his works to the French audience.

Armenian art in Lyon: Gareguin Zakoyan
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Armenian art in Lyon: Gareguin Zakoyan

Muscari, a cultural philanthropic foundation which contributes to the valorization and diffusion of Armenian and French cultures, this spring organized exhibitions of two Armenian artists in the Rose Tower in Lyon. A documentary filmmaker Gareguin Zakoyan presented his collages in France for the first time. Exhibition was a great success, impressing the French public with the quality of the presented works

ARARAT Speakers Night:
Events
ARARAT Speakers Night:
“The Museum Today”

As a partner of the most important cultural events both in Armenia and worldwide, this March the ARARAT Museum became the initiator and the platform for the unique “arttainment” project held in the format of Public Talk: ARARAT Speakers Night. For us it was yet another reason to visit the museum, one of the most significant places in Armenia.

ARAM PACHYAN’S “GOODBYE, BIRD” IN ENGLISH
Events
ARAM PACHYAN’S “GOODBYE, BIRD” IN ENGLISH

This spring an unusual and very important event happened in Armenian contemporary literature circles: the English edition of writer Aram Pachayn’s novel “Goobye, Bird” was released. While Pachyan is preparing the second Armenian edition of the “Bird” and finishing his new novel, literary critic Arqmenik Nikoghosyan explains why this English edition is so important.

Keep the Promise
ARTS AND CULTURE
Keep the Promise

The movie critic Vahagn Tevosyan’s review of “The Promise”, a historical epic starring Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac and Charlotte Le Bon. The movie, directed by Oscar-winner Terry George (director of “Hotel Rwanda”), was released on the eve of the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide to a lot of hype and mixed reviews.

Cooperation with the UN in Armenia
UN AND ARMENIA- 25 YEARS
Cooperation with the UN in Armenia

During 25 years of Armenia’s membership to the United Nations, the organization has collaborated with a number of Armenian ministries, agencies, international and non-governmental organizations, to contribute to Armenia’s development and progress. Below, UN partners tell us about their cooperation and accomplishments.

25 Years of Armenia in the UN
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
25 Years of Armenia in the UN

Twenty-five years ago, the Armenian flag was raised at the headquarters of the United Nations – a landmark moment in the history of Armenia’s independence. The pursuit of lasting peace, development and respect for human rights have since laid down the principles and objectives, which continue to define Armenia’s engagement with the world. Within the United Nations, through various forms and formats of participation, Armenia has been consistently working to advance international cooperation, in the face of complex challenges and threats.

Sergey Lavrov:
Exclusive
Sergey Lavrov:
“For the benefit of our nations”

Exclusive interview with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov on Russian-Armenian relations and situation in the region in general.

Ambassador of the Armenian forces
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
Ambassador of the Armenian forces

Son of military officer, Igor Sargsyan had always dreamed of becoming a soldier. First he entered the Military Institute after Vazgen Sargsyan and then went to Italy – to continue his studies at the Italian Military Academy. After graduation, Igor was sent to Lebanon as part of the UN peacekeeping mission.

UN in Armenia:
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
UN in Armenia:
Twenty-Five Years of Effort and Achievements

Twenty-five years ago, on January 29th 1992, the Republic of Armenia, which had recently become an independent nation, was admitted to the United Nations by the UN General Assembly. Several months later, in September 1992, an agreement was signed between the Government of Armenia and the UN, on the establishment of a UN office in Armenia.

The UN Innovation Agenda in Armenia
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
The UN Innovation Agenda in Armenia

From designing public services with citizens to holding pop-up innovation labs in government ministries and building funding models based on the private sector, UNDP in Armenia is revolutionizing the way that development organizations contribute to public good.

The 2030 Agenda in Armenia
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
The 2030 Agenda in Armenia

On the 25th of September 2015, during a historic United Nations summit in New York, more than 150 world leaders signed a document, which defined to a great extent the direction humanity intends to move towards. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development proposed an ambitious plan to transform the world.

Edward Nalbandian:
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
Edward Nalbandian:
“Within the UN Armenia is involved in a wide array of activities”

Exclusive interview with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Mr. Edward Nalbandian about Armenia’s 25 years of membership in the United Nations.

Bradley Busetto:
UN AND ARMENIA - 25 YEARS
Bradley Busetto:
“Real change is going to be driven by the people of Armenia”

Regional Post talked to the UN Resident Coordinator/UNDP Resident Representative in Armenia, Mr. Bradley Busetto, about the most important initiatives of the organization in Armenia, as well as the challenges it faces, and opportunities for a bright future.