First-ever open cup of ultralight engine aircraft held in Armenia

Author Lilian Galstyan

14:35 14/05/2017

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To mark 26th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Armenia Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan and the Republic of Armenia President Serzh Sargsyan

accompanied by high-ranking officials of the two Armenian states visited the Yerablour Pantheon and laid flowers and wreaths to the monuments of Sparapet Vazgen Sargsyan, zoravar Andranik and martyrs perished in the Artsakh liberation struggle.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

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10:47 Armenia
Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan met in the city of Yerevan at the NKR Permanent Representation to Armenia with a group of US congressmen

Various issues related to the American-Artsakh relations, Azerbaijani-Karabagh conflict settlement and regional processes were discussed during the meeting. The Head of the State rated high the work being carried out by the congressmen directed to reinforcing and expanding bilateral ties. For substantial contribution to the process of the Artsakh Republic’s independence recognition President Sahakyan handed in “Gratitude” medals to the congressman Frank Pallone, congresswomen Anna Eshoo and Jackie Speier.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

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17:49 World
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