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Hunger Strike in Toronto to Protest Turkey’s Genocide Denial A group of eight Canadian-Armenians went on a 72 hour hunger strike in downtown Toronto June 10 at 6pm-June 13, 2:00pm, organized by the Armenian Youth Federation of Canada. In light of the upcoming general elections in Turkey, the demonstrators were protesting the ongoing human rights abuses carried out by the government of Turkey, including: the denial of the Armenian Genocide; the stifling of freedom of speech, and press; oppression of Kurdish and Christian minorities who are treated as second class citizens and whose political parties are banned, leaders imprisoned and Patriarchates shut down. One of the participants, AYF member Mark Piliguian explains that the reason the group decided to hold a hunger strike was to show the Canadian public, and the world at large, the type of suffering the Armenian people endured during the first genocide of the twentieth century. “We are here depriving ourselves of food for seventy-two hours, to feel a very small amount of the suffering of our ancestors went through. Although ninety-six years have passed, the world cannot forget the Armenian Genocide. The Turkish government must acknowledge and come to terms with its history so that the crime of genocide does not repeat itself”. Demonstration and Candlelight Vigil The hunger strike culminated with an official demonstration on June 13, at 2:00 pm in front of the Turkish Consulate in Toronto. The demonstrators sent a message to the newly elected officials in Turkey that Canadians and the international community will not stand as silent bystanders as the Turkish government deprives its citizens of their basic human rights and denies the Armenian Genocide. The peaceful protest was met with a counter-protest by a group of Turks, who aimed to disrupt the demonstration and silence its message. Disrespecting the Canadian flag by holding it upside-down, they resorted to racist slurs, calling Armenians “terrorists”, and “baby killers”. They held signs that read “proud nation, proud history” sending an ominous message

that they felt no remorse for the massacres of the Ottoman government, or sympathy towards its victims. Although deeply troubled, the Armenian demonstrators avoided any confrontation, as that seemed to be the goal of the instigators. The protestors urged the Canadian Government to take action with regard to Turkey’s dismal human rights record, as part of Canada’s foreign policy agenda. They stressed as a model democracy, a leader in peacebuilding, partnership, reconciliation and fair and honest dialogue, Canada must recognize the role it can play in helping Turkey become a legitimate democracy. Our government must urge the Turkish government to cease its oppression of minorities by extending support to Christian Patriarchates and repealing Article 301 of its Penal Code. A day earlier, the participants of the hunger strike held a candlelight vigil in memory of the one and a half million martyrs of the Armenian Genocide as well as hundreds of thousands of Christian Assyrians and Pontian Greeks. It is troubling that even during their prayers, led by Very Reverend Father Meghrig Parikian of St. Mary’s Armenian Apostolic Church of Toronto, a smaller group of men and women holding Turkish flags continued to hurl insults aimed at those gathered. The Armenian Genocide has been recognized by countless historians including the International Association of Genocide Scholars, and numerous countries including Canada, yet it is constantly denied by the successive governments of Turkey. A movement to recognize the Armenian Genocide has started in the Turkish Republic, led by outspoken scholars and authors such as Orhan Pamuk, Halil Berktay and Ragip Zarakolu. Unfortunately, Article 301 of the Turkish Penal Code allows the government to lay charges against these journalists and authors, threatening them with jail terms. Nevertheless, this April, for the second year in a row, major cities in Turkey witnessed public events commemorating the Armenian Genocide.

The eight hunger strikers during the candlelight vigil on June 12 in front of the Turkish Consulate in Toronto.

Canadian-Armenians protesting the ongoing violations of human rights in Turkey

Canadian Armenians Organize Toronto Concert to Promote Unity for Human Rights The Armenian Advocacy for Human Rights (AAHR) hosted the second annual “United We Rock! The Concert for Human Rights” on June 4 at Yonge & Dundas Square. Bringing together other human rights focused groups and independent Torontonian musicians, the event united Canadians and promoted global respect for human rights. Specifically, four categories of human rights violations were brought to the forefront: genocide, war crimes, racism and the restriction of the freedom of expression. The concert included performances by Saidah Baba Taliba, Karina Es, Graydon James & the Young Novelists, and Armen at the Bazaar. The event was organized in partnership with STAND Canada, Genocide Watch, Oxfam Canada, IIGHRS and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.Thousands of Torontonians passed through the square on the day of the event, with crowds in excess of 800 people gathering during the performances. Pontian, Assyrian, Afghan, Palestinian, Rwandan, and Armenian community groups set up engaging exhibits utilizing videos, giveaways, and activities for the passers-by. Groups such as STAND Canada and Sentinel Project informed attendees about current genocidal activity, such as the crisis in Darfur, and the threat of genocide that is brewing in Kenya. United We Rock also drew in support from many political leaders including Joe Daniel (MP, Don Valley East) and Jim Karygiannis (MP, Scarborough-Agincourt). “Unity” was a core theme for the event, which is based on the understanding that individuals who advocate for human rights are stronger as a collective voice. Human rights is not an issue that pertains to only one culture, race, or ethnic group. Rather, it’s an issue that affects us all, which is why we all suffer when human rights violations are committed. By collaborating with other groups and individuals,

United We Rock aimed to set an example for positive change and to prove that there is strength in numbers. “As Armenians, we’ve stood strong in the face of human rights abuses and fought for peace and recognition,” said Ara Hasserjian, AAHR Chairperson. “Our experiences have shown us that one’s rights and freedoms should not be taken for granted.” “At this concert, we consider our freedom of expression to be an obligation, a call for change in parts of the world where such freedoms do not yet exist in full capacity,” Hasserjian stated. “We have the courage to stand side-by-side, united despite our differences, and promote a common goal of respect for human rights.” At the event, attendees were invited to express themselves on the various Human Rights issues presented to them. They had the opportunity to be photographed holding speechbubbles containing slogans such as “Genocide Prevention: A voting issue for me,” “Make it Canada’s role to promote freedom of expression,” and “Canada urge Turkey to end Genocide Denial.” The photographs were shared publicly online over social networks. Attendees were also invited to sign and mail a postcard to John Baird, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, asking he make it a part of Canadian Foreign Policy to call on Turkey to reform its laws which restrict the freedom of expression of its own citizens. The AAHR’s formation owes largely to the efforts of the Armenian Youth Federation. The AAHR governing structure is also comprised of youth from organizations such as the Armen Karo Student Association, and the Armenian National Committee of Toronto, as well as other members of the Toronto Armenian Community. The hard work and commitment of the musical performers, partners, participants, and “United We Rock!” concert attendees on June 4 at Yonge & Dundas Square. volunteers was crucial for the event’s success.


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Georgetown Armenian Boys’ Farm Home Commemorated with a Provincial Plaque

Bill Buchanan, Ontario Michael Chan, Minister of ANCT members and guests with the plaque Heritage Trust Board Tourism and Culture member A year after its municipal designation as a historic site, on June 27, Cedarvale Community Centre of Georgetown, Ontario, also known as the Georgetown Armenian Boys’ Farmhouse, was commemorated with a provincial plaque by the Ontario Heritage Trust. This provincial designation further immortalized the memory of the 109 Armenian children, who immigrated to Canada between 1923 and 1927, and called this building their new home. 109 orphaned Armenian children who had survived the Armenian Genocide in 1915, and in doing so had witnessed terror and trauma unfitting for any child. They had lost their Richard Moorhouse, Peter Adourian, Grandson childhood and were under threat to lose their Sam Wesley, Plaque Executive Director Ontario Program Coordinator of a Georgetown Boy lives as well, but because of the efforts of the Heritage Trust Armenian Relief Association of Canada and the funds Canadians raised, the children province and its citizens and will become an their hard work and dedication to the rediscovered their childhood in the safety of inspiration to every new generation as they community.” contemplate their actions at home or abroad,” Joe Daniel, Member of Parliament for Don Cedarvale Farm. he said. Valley East also shared his greeting in writing To immortalize the memory of the Present at the event were several where he stated “It’s a great pleasure to share Georgetown Boys is to immortalize the memory Georgetown Boy family members who were this special event with the Armenian community. of the Armenian Genocide and the roots of represented by Peter Adourian who spoke on I, Joe Daniel, your member of Parliament Canada's humanitarian efforts. The story of the their behalf. The Honourable Michael Chan, honour and respect The Armenian Boys’ Farm Georgetown Boys is part of the long history of Minister of Tourism and Culture was also in Home.” Canada’s persistence in aiding Armenia and attendance and shared his greetings with the The Armenian Community Centre would Armenians. The bond is so close that to deny community. He stressed the importance of like to thank the Ontario Heritage Trust and its the Armenian Genocide is to deny Canadian preserving culture and heritage in our province dedicated staff for the work they put into making humanitarian history. and the importance of this site to our province. this plaque a reality. We are greatly touched Hagop Mksyartinian, the representative Although absent, David Caplan, Member by the devotion, passion and drive displayed from the Armenian Community Centre of of Provincial Parliament for Don Valley East by the Ontario Heritage Trust staff all of whom Toronto who gave greetings, highlighted the shared his greetings in writing. Caplan importance of this site and plaque to all congratulated the Armenian National Committee had shown genuine interest in the history and Canadian citizens in his speech. “This plaque of Toronto where he stated, “Once again, worked tirelessly to ensure the Georgetown will become a catalyst to human rights and sincere congratulations to the Armenian Armenian Boys’ Farmhouse received the proper humanitarian education in this province. This National Committee of Toronto, and to all of recognition it deserved. plaque will be a constant reminder of the the members of the Armenian community for (Toronto Armenian Community Centre) fundamental values and morals that shape our

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The plaque text reads: “On July 1, 1923, a group of 50 Armenian boys arrived at this farm site from an orphanage in Corfu, Greece. The ‘Georgetown Boys,’ as they came to be known, arrived in Canada between 1923 and 1927 – 109 boys in all. The orphans were survivors of the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923). Their plight touched the hearts of thousands of Canadians, who raised significant funds and lobbied the Canadian government to bring them here. Under the care and supervision of the Armenian Canadian Relief Fund’s Farm and Home Committee, the children lived at Cedarvale Farm located on this property and were taught English and farming skills. By 1928, the orphans were placed with farm families in Southwestern Ontario. As adults, most of the Armenians became Canadian citizens and chose to remain in this country. By providing assistance to non-British Commonwealth refugees, the Armenian Boys’ Farm Home was the first humanitarian effort of its kind in Canada.”

Seniors’ Day at Holy Trinity Armenian Church

On June 16, the Holy Trinity Armenian Church hosted the annual Seniors’ Day Celebration. It was a beautiful, sunny morning when buses and families arrived bringing residents from Seven Oaks, Leisureworld and Seniors’ Health Centre. Archpriest Father Zareh Zargarian celebrated a special Holy Mass and blessed our seniors. In his remarks, Father Zareh thanked and praised the various Armenian organizations and long term care facilities for their commitment to our beloved seniors. Following the service, all were escorted to the M. Artinian hall for lunch. Blessing of the food was carried out by Fr. Elie Kirejian, Pastor of St. Gregory’s Armenian Catholic Church, and Fr. Zareh. Ani Migirdicyan, a member of the Visitation Committee, delivered the welcoming speech and expressed words

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Egoyan. “We have to do everything possible to continue the independence that our ancestors could only dream of”

On June 26, Armenia Fund Toronto Chapter, with internationally renowned film and stage director, Atom Egoyan as the key-note speaker, had its annual fund raising banquet in the newly renovated halls of Armenian Community Centre. This year's banquet was dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of the Independence of Armenia and Artsakh. The main goal of the evening was to raise funds towards the re-construction of the Education and Cultural Centre of Shushi. Tenny Nigoghossian, the MC of the evening kicked off the program in front of a capacity audience of more than 400. Nigoghossian stated that "We must acknowledge the enormous significance and the role that the arts and culture play in re-establishing a community. We proved we could do it here. Let's prove we can do it in Shushi." Leading up to the official start of the program, the folk band "Horovel" spiced up the event with traditional Armenian songs. One of the highlights of the event was seeing our youth on stage, portraying their various talents. To start off, Anoush Ghorghorian recited a poem by Jacques Hagopian "Menk ge Shinenk", followed by Hovnatan Garabedian on the Violin, performing E Baghdasarian's popular "Nocturne", accompanied by Tina Garabedian. A duet, "Inchbes Mi Louys" was gracefully performed by Soprano Lyn Isnar and Bariton Vartan Kaprielian , followed by a dazzling Armenian dance performance by Lori Najarian, "Akhaltzkha". Arman Agopian, Minister-Counsellor, Charge d'Affaires, of the Republic of Armenia, who was in Toronto as his last visit in his official capacity, congratulated the audience on the occasion of the anniversary and remarked that both Armenia and Artsakh are free and independent, now for a full generation. He commended the Armenia Fund for playing a vital role during the initial 20 years of nation building. During dinner, an overview of all the construction activities of the Fund in 2010 was shown by video. Attendants also enjoyed beautiful rendering of songs and dance by the State Song Theatre of Armenia. Then the 20th Anniversary cake, with 20 candles, was lit by the benefactors of the Fund. After a brief cultural program performed by young artists of Toronto, Migirdic Migirdicyan, the chair of the Toronto Chapter, took to the stage and thanked the donors as well as the supporters of the Fund who have been providing

Migirdicyan presents Atom Egoyan with his gifts. in-kind services reducing the overall expenses, throughout the year. He later gave a report of his recent visit to Artsakh and Armenia, where he visited both the current project site as well as the previous schools built by Toronto. The re-construction of the Education and Cultural Centre of Shushi is 60% complete and the edifice will be opening by the spring of 2012. Migirdicyan also said that both in Artsakh and Armenia the number of newly born babies are gradually increasing, so we had no choice but continue building educational facilities for our future generations in the homeland. He also stated that “everything we do tangible for our brothers and sisters over there makes them more confident that they are not alone in their struggle”. Then, after listing the accomplishments and the numerous awards of Atom Egoyan, Migirdicyan introduced the key-note speaker, as "a person who is not only a film and stage director but a fine intellectual in the true sense of the word". Egoyan took the podium and gave a very eloquent narrative of the early years of the Karabagh Movement. He started in February 1988, when the whole world was watching the Glasnost and the Perestroika and Karabagh being one if its, if not the first, test. He continued with his speech by giving several personal experiences of the early years of the independence or just before it. He stated "all of us witnessed the history, our own, in our life time and we have to do everything possible to continue the independence that our ancestors could only dream of." Egoyan concluded his speech by re-emphasizing the importance of giving to Armenia Fund, who has been building wonderfully all throughout these years in Hayasdan and Artsakh. At the end of his speech Egoyan was presented with three gifts. The first one was the silver coin minted by the Central Bank of Armenia, in 1994, as its very first series of coins on the occasion of the 74th Anniversary of the Battle of Sardarabad.

Migirdic Migirdicyan reporting on the status of the Armenia Fund projects in Artsakh and Armenia.

Arman Agopian, Charge d'Affairs of Republic of Armenia, and the members of the Armenia Fund Toronto, lighting the candles of the 20th Anniversary cake.

Given that Egoyan is considered an ambassador of our culture, the second gift - the "Ambassador" watch, made in Armenia by Armenian Watch International, was generously donated by AWIWaches.com Finally, the guest speaker was asked to exchange the tie that he was wearing with a tricolour bow-tie, which was from the same series worn by the school children of two of the schools, as part of their uniform. Houri Najarian, the vice-chair of the Toronto Chapter of the Fund, kicked off the fund raising drive by emphasizing the importance of giving to the projects of Armenia Fund which is also in its 20th year. The fund raising drive of the evening started by the presentation of a cheque, for the amount of $4,520, which was collected by the students of Toronto Armenian schools and later by Victoria Khajavi, a 14-year old student who herself, single-handedly, had raised $2,400. Following her Taniel Sarkissian of the Youth subcommittee of the Fund presented a

cheque for $600. While the pledges were pouring in, Atom Egoyan's tie was auctioned off which fetched a handy $1,000. At the end of the evening $130,000 was raised for the re-construction of the Education and Cultural Centre of Shushi. Also an amount of $5000 was raised through a silent auction, whereby 26 gifts were donated by various members of the community. An anonymous donor pledged $300,000 for a special project of renovating a hospital and an old-age home in Yerevan. Amongst over thirty projects realized, the Toronto chapter of the Fund has built five brand new schools, renovated three, brought water to 12 villages and cities, including the water ring-network for the city of Stepanakert, built natural gas networks for four villages and for the Kantsasar monastery, as well as completed and participated in several other projects of Armenia Fund.

Hayastan All-Armenian Fund begins reconstruction of Stepanakert Retirement Home

Project made possible by donation from Armen Shakhazizyan The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund has launched extensive renovations of a landmark Artsakh institution, the Stepanakert Retirement Home. The large-scale project was initiated by Moscow-based industrialist Armen Shakhazizyan, who has donated US $400,000 for its realization, and is co-financed by the government of Artsakh. The only one of its kind in the republic, the Stepanakert Retirement Home accommodates 100 seniors, many of whom have physical

disabilities. In addition, it provides supportive services to some 150 seniors at their residences. Prior to making his contribution, Shakhazizyan had shared with the fund’s leadership his concern about the plight of seniors in Artsakh who must fend for themselves, and expressed strong willingness to support a project that would both provide them with living assistance and ease their loneliness. Currently the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund is carrying out the preliminary stage of renovations at the Stepanakert Retirement Home. “Our roster of major benefactors has been expanded with the addition of yet another exemplary Armenian, namely Mr. Armen Shakhazizyan, founder and CEO of the Luding

group of companies,” said Ara Vardanyan, executive director of the fund. “In addition to contributing $300,000 toward Artsakh waterinfrastructure initiatives at our Moscow Gala, Mr. Shakhazizyan has gone on to make a projectspecific donation, seeking to help elderly individuals in Artsakh live a more dignified life.” The two wings of the Stepanakert Retirement Home were last upgraded in 1988. Commenting on the critical need for a total overhaul, Irina Sargsyan, the home’s director, said, “The restrooms, plumbing system, and cafeteria are in a particularly bad shape. We do our best to compensate for the lack of creature comforts, providing our seniors with attentive care and treating them with utmost affection and

respect.” “I am confident that, once the renovations are complete, the Stepanakert Retirement Home will become for our seniors not a so-called last stage, but a wonderful environment where they will enjoy a well-deserved retirement,” Sargsyan continued. “We are very grateful to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund and our benefactor, Mr. Armen Shakhazizyan, for initiating the reconstruction of our home.” Apart from being a benefactor of the fund, Shakhazizyan is a vice-president of the National Olympic Committee of Armenia and an ongoing supporter of various development initiatives in both Armenia and Artsakh.


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Singer Paul Baghdadlian Passes Away Legendary Armenian singer Paul Baghdadlian passed away on June 28 in Los Angeles after a long illness. Paul Baghdadlian is considered one of the most popular Armenian singers throughout the world. He was born in Aleppo in 1953. Baghdadlian began his career in the Middle East in the 1970’s, later broadening his reach to the U.S., Europe and beyond. He has written and produced hundreds of hit songs, mainly love ballads that have captivated Armenians across the globe. He has written and produced hundreds of

hit songs, mainly love ballads that have had a unique impact on the lives and culture of Armenians. Baghdadlian’s Facebook page was inundated with condolences. “You will always be around in our homes and our hearts… you’re irreplaceable!” wrote one fan. “Paul, I grew up listening to your beautiful ballads, new and exciting pop songs and always looked forward to seeing you live…You were a beautiful person and will be missed,” wrote another. Despite his huge popularity, Armenian musicologists and musicians considered

Baghdadlian’s music incongruous with the Armenian musical traditions and melodies. In an interview in Beirut last year, Baghdadlian said that one of his happiest moments was hearing that two Armenians had gotten married after meeting at one of his concerts. “It is with a clear conscience that I tell you now that I love and worship Armenia, my fatherland, even more than someone who was born and lived there,” he said on another occasion.

Is There a Eurovision for Armenia Next Year? by Katya Der Hovagimian This year’s Eurovision Song Contest, held in Dusseldorf (Germany) on May 14, departed from its traditions as performers shied away from Eurovision status quos. The songs were richer, darker, more mature, more melodic, and in one word, Retro. There was a definite trend as most countries turned to the piano or the guitar as the primary accompaniment to their songs. That popular disco-pop feel associated with Eurovision was definitely gone. Unfortunately, Armenia, for the first time in 6 years, was not present on the 14th. Evidently “Boom Boom” couldn’t chaka chaka its way into the finals coming in 12th out of 19 in the semi-finals. The song however proved itself to be upbeat and catchy. Will Adams of the Huffington Post called it “classic Eurovision: frothy, energetic and written with the help of Google Translate”. The song was not a favourite during the national selection. “Ayo”, by our very own Haroutyun Der Hovagimian (Derhova), with its Swedish inspired retro house feel was the clear front runner prior to the selection. The aftermath of the song selection only brought forth more chaos and confusion. All over the internet fans from Armenia, as well as the Diaspora, pleaded unsuccessfully with Emmy and ARMTV to change the song selection to “Ayo”. The attempt to deal with disappointed fans showed to be more detrimental than good. During an interview with Hayfanat.am, a virtual Armenian show business community, the head of Armenian Delegation for Eurovision, Gohar Gasparyan, had essentially told those Armenians living in the Diaspora that they unfortunately don’t have a say in the song selection, but are called upon to vote for Armenia. This outraged Armenians as they believed this was a sinister remark coated in sweetness ensuing that the Diaspora is only good for one thing…voting. As a result many announced that they would not support Armenia this year. Not even the presence of IBF world middleweight champion, “King Arthur” Abraham, in Emmy’s music video was enough to spark reconciliation between ESC Armenia and its Diaspora. Despite it all, Emmy was at her best giving a vocally crisp and energetic performance placing one above Turkey. Turkey came in at 13th out of 19 which also forced them out of the finals. But the most surprising result of Eurovision

2011 was a landslide victory for Azerbaijan with their song “Running Scared”, followed by Italy with “Madness of Love” and Sweden’s “Popular”. The Azeri win has brought forth a field of confusion, speculation and rigmarole all over the internet; bloggers are asking the same question that is on everyone’s mind. What does this mean for Azerbaijan? It seems that music and politics have become synonymous. With the 2011 Eurovision trophy at hand, Azerbaijan has voiced belief in a new theory—their open armed acceptance as a European nation. This may seem true at first glance, but the fact is that countries like Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Ireland, and Spain didn’t even vote for Azerbaijan. The majority of the countries who did vote for Azerbaijan were those who had previously been under Soviet rule. Moreover, with Turkey out of the finals, Azerbaijan was left as the only Muslim country within the competition earning them a large number of votes from those countries with a higher Muslim population. To add flame to the fire, Azerbaijan media has just announced

political delegates involved in the committee include the Foreign Minister, the Mayor of Baku, the Interior Minister, and the Culture and Tourism Minister. Many Azeris have turned to the virtual world of blogging to voice their opinions on the new victory. Some believe the fact that the Eurovision will be held in Baku is a great victory against Armenians and Karabakh. Another popular issue of discussion among bloggers is Armenia’s participation in Eurovision contest next year in Baku. Will Armenia take

Armenia’s representative to Eurovision 2011 Emmy performs the official selection “Boom Boom, chaka chaka” on May 14 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

that Mehriban Aliyeva, wife of President Ilham Aliyev, will be the chairperson of EurovisionBaku at the request of her husband. She is responsible for supervising the production and development of the event which, as a result, allows the state to be hands on in the process of decision making in the following year; other

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part in Eurovision 2012? Although no official statement has been made, one thing’s for sure is that Armenia will not be welcomed with open arms. One blogger wrote the following, “I congratulate all... 2012 will be very interesting. Probably if we lived in a world without Armenians, we could always

be winners… […] And I hope Armenians will refuse to come here, because if they win in Baku, then the idea of what might happen on the FREEDOM square is horrible. […]”. This comment leads to the question of safety. If Armenia were to participate in Baku in 2012, would the representing performer be in any form of danger? The European Broadcasting Union, the organizers of Eurovision, believe that Azerbaijan security will ensure the safety of all participants. But still Armenia believes they might be the exception. The Armenian perspective is divided. Marianna Grigoryan of Eurasianet.org in her article “Armenia: Yerevan Grapples with Eurovision Dilemma” noted that many believe that the participation next year is a “matter of honour”. As school teacher Artavazd Manukian said, “I think that, unlike the Georgians who boycotted Moscow in 2009, we are the winners [of the 1988-1994 war over Nagorno-Karabakh], and, in this case, it is not us, but the Azerbaijanis who should worry about whether or not Armenia will send a participant to the contest”. Manukian was referring to Georgia’s disqualification from Eurovision due to their politically lewd submission “We don’t want to Put –in”[pun intended]. Others believe that sending a singer to Baku is too dangerous and that we should worry about the safety of our singers before throwing them into a potentially dangerous situation for a song contest. The Armenian delegation for Eurovision has not yet made any comments regarding Armenia’s participation. All shall be revealed in due time, but as of right now Eurovision Armenia is in preparations for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which will be held on December 3, in the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concert Complex after Vladimir Arzumanyan’s victory in Minsk with the song “Mama”.

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Resolutions Demanding Return of Confiscated Churches, Genocide Recognition Introduced to the Congress A bi-partisan group of U.S. legislators introduced two resolutions in support of a truthful and just resolution of the Armenian Genocide, including a new measure specifically pressing Turkey to fully respect the rights of Christians to practice their faith in freedom through the rightful return of confiscated churches to Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians, Pontians, Syriacs, and other Christians communities, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). The Return of Churches resolution, spearheaded by senior House Foreign Affairs Committee member Ed Royce (R-Calif.) and the panel’s Ranking Democrat Howard Berman (D-Calif.), calls upon the government of Turkey to honor its international obligations to end all forms of religious persecution and to protect the rights and religious freedoms of Christians. The measure specifically calls upon Turkey to return confiscated Christian church properties. The Armenian Genocide Resolution, introduced by Congressmen Robert Dold (RIll.) and Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), calls upon the president to recognize the Armenian Genocide and encourages the U.S. government to apply the lessons of this tragedy to prevent future crimes against humanity. This measure, identical to H.Res.252 during the previous session of Congress, has been adopted by the Foreign Affairs Committee 4 times over the past 11 years, but has yet to reach the floor for an up-or-down vote of the full U.S. House of Representatives. “We want to thank Congressmen Royce, Berman, Dold, and Schiff for their leadership in working toward a truthful and just resolution of the Armenian Genocide,” said ANCA Chairman Ken Hachikian. Commenting specifically on the measure safeguarding Christian heritage introduced by Reps. Royce and Berman, Hachikian noted:

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“The respect for Christian rights legislation reflects and reaffirms the long and proud history of principled leadership by the U.S. Congress in protecting religious freedom abroad—for Christians and for peoples of all faiths. In calling upon Turkey to end restrictions on freedom of worship and restore the rights of Christians to their stolen places of worship, the Congress will, with the full moral authority of the American people, add its voice to the international effort to morally defend and materially protect the rights and religious freedoms of Christians inside Turkey’s present-day borders.” This religious freedom measure represents an effort to highlight, confront, and eventually reverse decades of official Turkish policy of destroying Christian church properties, desecrating holy sites, discriminating against Christian communities, and denying of the right of Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Pontians, Arameans (Syriacs), and others to

practice their faith in freedom. The measure is consistent with many other resolutions adopted by the U.S. House over the past several decades defending religious freedom and protecting sacred sites and places of worship, as well as with the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 and America’s longstanding leadership in supporting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Reps. Royce and Berman speak out on Turkey’s crackdown on religious freedom Sources on Capitol Hill report that both resolutions are supported by a broad bi-partisan group of original co-sponsors. “Conditions in Turkey have deteriorated with violent hate crimes increasingly linked to religion,” explained Royce. “My resolution urges Turkey to protect its vulnerable religious minorities. They should be able to freely practice, worship, and study their faith without fear of discrimination or violence. We expect

Turkey to make good on its obligation to provide this protection.” Berman concurred, noting, “By expropriating church properties, harassing worshippers, and refusing to grant full legal status to some Christian groups, Turkey has failed to fulfill its obligation as a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which requires ‘freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.’ Turkey must end its deeply disturbing practice of religious discrimination, cease all restrictions on gatherings for religious prayer and education, and return stolen church property.” The territory of present-day Turkey, home to many of the most important centers of early Christianity—most notably Nicaea, Ephesus, Chalcedon, and Constantinople—contains, to this day, a rich legacy of Christian heritage, including thousands of religious sites and properties.

From Genocide Recognition to Reclaiming Church Properties by Harut Sassounian The Armenian American community took a major step to reverse the consequences of the Armenian Genocide and end the Turkish government’s long-standing policy of erasing all traces of Armenian civilization from presentday Turkey. Going beyond mere acknowledgment of the Armenian Genocide, some members of Congress have introduced a new resolution that urges “the Republic of Turkey to safeguard its Christian heritage and to return confiscated church properties.” The sweeping House Resolution 306 calls on the government of Turkey to: 1) end all forms of religious discrimination; 2) allow the rightful church and lay owners of Christian church properties, without hindrance or restriction, to organize and administer prayer services, religious education, clerical training, appointments, and succession, religious community gatherings, social services, including ministry to the needs of the poor and infirm, and other religious activities; 3) return to their rightful owners all Christian churches and other places of worship, monasteries, schools, hospitals, monuments, relics, holy sites, and other religious properties, including movable properties, such as artwork, manuscripts, vestments, vessels, and other artifacts; and 4) allow the rightful Christian church and lay owners of Christian church properties, without hindrance or restriction, to preserve, reconstruct, and repair, as they see fit, all Christian churches and other places of worship, monasteries, schools, hospitals, monuments, relics, holy sites, and other religious properties within Turkey. This bipartisan resolution, sponsored by Cong. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) and Cong. Howard Berman (D-Calif.), was immediately endorsed by 30 of their House colleagues, 10 of them

Republicans. This is a good start, as Republicans constitute the majority in the House and their support is crucial for the successful passage of the resolution. Significantly, Cong. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), the chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a longtime opponent of the Armenian Genocide Resolution, was one of the first supporters of the resolution regarding the return of church properties. It is not surprising that this resolution has such broad support, as it is hard to imagine that any member of Congress, the State Department, or the Obama Administration would oppose returning a religious building back to its proper owners. By contemporary societal standards, no one would accept the conversion of a church into a mosque, or vice versa. Turkey’s devout leaders, as good Muslims, would be the first to acknowledge and uphold the sanctity of houses of worship. Beyond building a strong bipartisan coalition in Congress, practically all religious The Arakelots Church in Kars, converted to a mosque. (Photo by Khatchig Mouradian) denominations in America, be they Evangelical, Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish, or Muslim, would the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of limitations on freedom of religion or belief, support such a resolution. All ethnic groups, Human Rights, the European Convention on thereby threatening the continued vitality and such as Latinos, Greek-Americans, Irish- Human Rights, and the 1923 Treaty of survival of minority religious communities in Americans, Jewish-American, Arab-Americans, Lausanne to which Turkey is a signatory. Turkey Turkey.” The Turkish government also Afro-Americans, Asian-Americans, and continues to violate Articles 41 and 42 of the “continues to intervene in the internal Assyrian-Americans, would also lend their Lausanne Treaty, which obligate it to provide governance and education of religious funding and facilities to non-Muslim minorities communities and to confiscate places of support to this resolution. The Armenian National Committee of for educational, religious, and charitable worship.” In recent years, the House and Senate America (ANCA) noted that the resolution purposes, and to protect their religious intends “to highlight, confront, and eventually establishments. Regrettably, the House passed several resolutions calling on Turkishreverse decades of official Turkish policy of resolution makes no mention of these violations occupied Northern Cyprus, Lithuania, Romania, destroying Christian church properties, and Turkey’s obligations under the Lausanne and Vietnam to protect houses of worship and return wrongfully confiscated properties desecrating holy sites, discriminating against Treaty. The U.S. Commission on International belonging to religious minorities. In line with Christian communities, and denying of the right of Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Religious Freedom, which issues an annual these resolutions, the House of Representatives Pontians, Arameans (Syriacs), and others to report documenting violations of religious rights should adopt Resolution 306, calling on the around the world, has placed Turkey on its Turkish government to respect the right of practice their faith in freedom.” The right to religious freedom is not simply Watch List for the third year in a row. The worship for all Christian minorities and return an internal Turkish issue. This right is protected commission has found that “the Turkish to them their expropriated churches and other by many international agreements, including government continues to impose serious religious properties.


2011 ARMENIAN DIASPORA 24 ¼.ÚàôÈÆê î²ðÆ, ÂÆô 69 Prince of Whales Hosts Anglo-Armenian Charity Event at Buckingham Palace The Prince of Wales hosted a historic AngloArmenian charity event in support of Armenian and British charities at Buckingham Palace on June 15. The initiator of the project and main benefactor Armen Sarkissian, former Prime Minister of Armenia and President of Eurasia House International, welcomed more than 250 guests from around the world with His Royal Highness. Members of the royal family, dignitaries, world-renowned political, cultural and civic leaders, and senior executives of global corporations attended this unique charity event. Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan, and Mayor of Yerevan Karen Karapetyan were among the guests of honor. “It gives me the greatest pleasure to be able to welcome you all to this very special occasion at Buckingham Palace,” said the Prince of Wales in his remarks and expressed his thanks to all the donors of “Yerevan My Love” and Dumfries House. The evening started with a reception, following by a unique concert especially put together on this occasion. World renowned soprano Renée Fleming and violin virtuoso and conductor Maxim Vengerov, took part in the programme, along with the Philharmonia Orchestra (London) and the Bach Choir. In addition to Handel, the choir sang most moving pieces from the Armenian liturgy, Surb, Surb and Hayr Mer by Makar Ekmalian. As a tribute to “Yerevan My Love,” Vengerov played Komitas’s Krung for the first time in his musical career, captivating the emotions of the audience. Renée Fleming enthralled the audience not only with her superb and mesmerizing voice, but also with her poignant remarks. A banquet followed in the magnificent Picture Gallery of the Palace. “Yerevan My Love” is a heritage-led regeneration project dedicated to preserving architecturally significant buildings in Yerevan and putting them to use to improve the life experience of disabled children, young people and disadvantaged families. Following the

successful fundraising in 2010, three buildings in the vicinity of St. Hovhanes Church in the Kond neighbourhood of Yerevan are being built and reconstructed. Three additional architecturally significant buildings will be reconstructed in the Old Yerevan neighbourhood as part of the second phase of “Yerevan My Love project,” supported by the fundraising this year. In his eloquent remarks, Armen Sarkissian highlighted the role of every individual in the preservation of culture and heritage and the universality of culture. He said, “It is a privilege for me to thank you each and every one of you for your contributions, for your support and, most important, for sharing a belief that culture and heritage are part of our soul and we have to pass it on to the next generation, to our children.” The Prince of Wales underlined that “the evening is also an occasion to strengthen the strong ties and friendship between Armenia and the United Kingdom. He said, “I have long admired Armenia as the oldest Christian nation in the world, with its unique architectural heritage. It is so heartening that the ‘Yerevan My Love’ project is preserving and continuing traditional Armenian architecture and craftsmanship.” Dumfries House is a unique house in SouthWest Scotland which had retained much of the furniture commissioned for it from Thomas Chippendale. A few years ago The Prince of Wales forestall the separate sales of the House and its contents to private bidders. He has since assured that the House and its unique collection of furniture are preserved for the British nation and future generations. Armen Sarkissian thanked His Royal Highness for his visionary leadership and foresight in many critical issues facing not only Britain but also the entire globe. “We thank him for his full support and cooperation in making this night a very special occasion,” said Sarkissian. He pointed out that “the international array of participation is a wonderful example of global cooperation in charity and heritage preservation.”

(L to R): The Prince of Wales, Levon Sayan, Charles Aznavour, and Armen Sarkisisan.

(L to R): The Prince of Wales, Prime Minister Sargsyan, Yerevan Mayor Karen Karabetyan and Hayk Didizian.


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Elena Bonner, Human and Karabagh Rights Defender Dies at 88

For decades, Elena Bonner stood tall in the way of injustice, dedicating her life to a struggle against authoritarianism and human rights abuses. She battled Soviet-era persecutions, becoming a leading dissident. Her voice could not be easily ignored, and she used it relentlessly. On June 18, Bonner passed away in Boston, at the age of 88, due to heart failure. “Practically from the very beginning of the national liberation movement in Karabagh, Elena Bonner had been actively protecting the right of our nation to self-determination. She visited our country and together with us fought for restoration of historical justice and from the highest platforms demanded a stop to human rights violation pursued by Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabagh,” wrote the president of the Nagorno Karabagh Republic, Bako Sahakyan, in a letter to the family of the activist. “In this difficult hour the people and authorities of the Nagorno Karabagh Republic share with you the whole pain and sorrow of this irretrievable loss. We shall always keep in mind the bright memory of Elena Bonner.” Born on Feb. 15, 1923, in Merv, Turkmenistan, to Gevork Alikhanov, a prominent Armenian Communist and a secretary of the Comintern, and Ruth Bonner, a Jewish woman born in Siberia, Elena spent her childhood in Chita, Russia. In 1937, her life changed drastically when her father was arrested. Elena moved to her grandmother’s residence in Leningrad with her mother and younger brother, Igor. A year later, her mother was sent to hard labor in a gulag. They would lose contact until the early 1950’s. In 1954, her parents were exonerated. More than half a century after her father’s arrest, Elena learned that her father

was executed in 1938. Elena graduated from a Leningrad high school, became a nurse, and volunteered in the Red Army’s hospital trains in 1941. After being wounded, she was discharged in 1945, and soon enrolled in the First Leningrad Medical Institute. She married her classmate Ivan Semyonov and gave birth to a daughter, Tatiana, and a son, Alexey. Andrei Sakharov and Bonner met outside a courtroom in Kaluga while protesting the trials of human rights advocates in 1970. They married in 1972, the year she renounced her Communist Party membership, partly affected by the state’s response to the 1968 uprising in Prague, and partly due to what befell her parents and friends. The couple spent the following two decades—until Sakharov’s death in 1989— rushing to the defense of the oppressed in the Soviet Union and elsewhere, despite arrests and harassment. Both were internationally known figures, a fact that shielded them to some degree from severe Soviet repercussions. Sakharov, a Russian nuclear physicist and human rights activist, was on the team that built the Soviet Union’s first hydrogen bomb, and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1975. Years of harassment by the KGB, as well as arrests—Sakharov was arrested after he called for a boycott of the Moscow Olympics in 1980, and Bonner for slandering the Soviet state—did not silence the persistent duo. Both were exiled to Gorky (now Nizhny Novgorod), which culminated in a memoir, Alone Together, published in 1987. In 1985, after three hunger strikes by Sakharov, Bonner was allowed to travel to the U.S. for open heart surgery. Their exile ended suddenly when they received a

call from Mikhail Gorbachev a day after a telephone was installed in their apartment. After Sakharov’s death in 1989, Bonner continued her crusade for justice in Russia. In 1995, she resigned from the Presidential Human Rights Commission to protest the war in Chechnya, and ceased to support Boris Yeltsin and later on Vladimir Putin.

Staunch supporter of Karabagh

Bonner was an outspoken supporter of the self-determination of Nagorno-Karabagh. She visited the region a number of times as a member of Helsinki Watch (which later evolved to Human Rights Watch), and with Sakharov. She testified before the U.S. Congress and at the UN on the situation in Karabagh, condemning the massacres carried out by Azerbaijan against the Armenians. She wrote essays on the subject, focusing international attention on human rights abuses against Armenians in Azerbaijan and the assaults against the people of Karabagh. In May 1990, Bonner received the “Woman of the Year” award from the National Representative Assembly (NRA) of the Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church. In 1991, Bonner co-authored a letter with Yuri Orlov, a prominent nuclear physicist and human rights advocate, addressed to two U.S. Congressmen, urging them to consider the plight of Armenians in the Soviet Union who were forcefully deported, tortured, and killed in Azeri controlled regions. Among her public appearances was a lecture on “Nationalities in the Soviet Union: Possible Solutions within the Framework of a Revised Constitution” under the auspices of the Zoryan Institute and the Amnesty

Elena Bonner International Group of Harvard Law School in 1990. She reported that while the Soviet Army seemed incapable of halting violent pogroms by the Azeris against Armenians, Jews and Russians living in Azerbaijan, troops had begun deporting Armenians from their native villages surrounding Karabagh Bonner contributed a powerful foreword to The Sumgait Tragedy: Pogroms against Armenians in Soviet Azerbaijan, compiled and edited by Samvel Shahmuratian and published by the Zoryan Institute. The book contains the oral testimonies of forty-five eyewitnesses and victims, who tell what they saw and suffered during the infamous attacks against Armenians in February 1988. Yelena Bonner’s legacy continues to inspire countless people around the world as a commanding voice for human rights and remains a heroic figure for Karabagh Armenians. (with files from Armenian Weekly)

No Stopping: Prof. Vahakn Dadrian Celebrates 85th Birthday internationally renowned expert in Genocide Studies, recently celebrated his 85th birthday. Widely recognized as the foremost scholar of the Armenian Genocide, Dadrian has devoted more than 50 years to the study of virtually every aspect of the Armenian Genocide. With undergraduate degrees in mathematics, history and international law, and a PhD in sociology, Dadrian began his career serving as a Professor of Sociology at the State University of New York. Soon, he shifted his academic career to conducting research fulltime on the Armenian Genocide. For several years he was engaged as Director of a large Genocide Study Project sponsored by the H.F. Guggenheim Foundation. The project’s first major achievement was the publication, now in its seventh printing, of an extensive volume The History of the Armenian Genocide: Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to Anatolia to the Caucasus (Oxford & Providence, RI, 1995). The work has appeared in French, Italian, Russian and Greek. Professor Dadrian’s

other major work, German Responsibility in the Armenian Genocide: A Review of Historical Evidence of German Complicity, was published in 1996 (Cambridge, MA) and is now in its third edition. His third book, Warrant for Genocide: The Key Elements of the Turko-Armenian Conflict, appeared in 1999 (London and New Brunswick, NJ). His latest work is Key Elements of the Turkish Denial of the Armenian Genocide (Cambridge, MA, 1999). Professor Dadrian was the first Armenian scholar invited in 1995 to the British Parliament, House of Commons, to deliver a lecture commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. In 1998, in a special ceremony, he was inducted into the ranks of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia. At the same time, he was decorated by that republic’s president with the Khorenatzi Medal, Armenia’s highest cultural award. His groundbreaking research has been supported by two large grants from the National Science Foundation, resulting in the publication

Here are some praises and comments for Prof. Dadrian: “You are one of the most important Armenian scientists of our time, whose work and findings are hugely meaningful for both public and political policy. Your investment in the campaign for international recognition of the Armenian Genocide and your ongoing efforts in fighting attempts at denial, has resulted in ongoing feats of success. Your work has a huge impact in the study of genocide and its denial, where Armenia has staked its place as a groundbreaking leader in the field.” President of the Republic of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan

justice. His contribution both to historical and legal scholarship is enormous.” Prof. William A. Schabas, President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars

best known, however, for his pioneering work on the Armenian Genocide, which proves beyond any reasonable doubt that the wartime treatment of the Armenians can only be described as genocide.” Prof. Roger W. Smith, Chairman of the Academic Board of the Zoryan Institute

“Vahakn Dadrian’s historical research on the Armenian genocide is informed by a rich grasp of the legal issues. In particular, he has examined the efforts nearly a century ago to bring perpetrators of genocide to

“Vahakn Dadrian helped to create the field of Comparative Genocide Studies, bringing to his work an interdisciplinary perspective that joined Sociology, History, and Law, enriched further by his ability to draw upon half a dozen languages. He is

Showing no signs of slowing down, Professor Vahakn N. Dadrian, Director of Genocide Research at the Zoryan Institute and

“Professor Vahakn Dadrian was one of the earliest students of comparative aspects of the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, and in recent years he is at the crest of his dedicated research, including a sterling study of the judicial process of post-Ottoman Turkish courts-martial.” Israel Charney, Executive Director of the Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide in Jerusalem

“The renowned sociologist, Norbert Elias, upon receiving the Adorno Prize in 1977, said during his acceptance speech that he carried a torch lit well before him, and there will be others after him to carry it into the future. In Dadrian’s case, we should say that he was not the carrier of a torch lit before him; he was the inventor of the torch in the field of Armenian Genocide research. For me, Dadrian is a founding intellect in the field of Comparative Genocide Studies and he laid the foundation of Armenian Genocide studies, upon which we, today, build our research.” Prof. Taner Akçam, holder of the

of two separate monographs by the Yale Journal of International Law. One of them is a legal analysis of the Armenian genocide from the perspective of international law; the other, published in 1998, examines within the same perspective the comparative aspects of the Armenian and Jewish cases of genocide. In the United States, the International Association of Genocide Scholars, during its Sixth Biennial Conference, June 4-7, 2005, bestowed on him its Lifetime Achievement Award—the first ever granted. In May 2005, he was chosen as a recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. In 2008, Dadrian co-authored with Taner Akçam a massive legal and historical study of the post-WWI Turkish Military Tribunals on the Armenian Genocide, which was published in Turkish by Bilgi University Press. The English edition will be released later this year.

Kaloosdian-Mugar Chair in Armenian Genocide Studies at Clark University “Prof. Dadrian has succeeded in extracting authoritative documentation of the crime of genocide involving first-hand evidence…It is an outstanding work of scholarship along with his Yale Journal of International Law article, a major contribution to the rebuttal of denial.” Leo Kuper, writer, philosopher, pioneering genocide scholar “Dadrian’s knowledge, wisdom, multidisciplinary publications, and teaching have been an inspiration to Zoryan’s board members, staff, students and volunteers. His 85th birthday is a cause for celebration and an impetus for the urgency of developing new scholars to follow in his footsteps.” K.M. Greg Sarkissian, President of the Zoryan Institute


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Kazan Summit Ends Without an Agreement Presidents Serzh Sarkisian and Ilham Aliyev on June 24 failed to reach an agreement on the so-called “Basic Principles” of a peace agreement by the OSCE Minsk Group after a summit mediated by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. In a brief join statement was issued after the talks the three leaders reported further progress in the conflict resolution process. The statement, which was circulated by the Kremlin, said Sarkisian and Aliyev reached a “mutual understanding on a number of issues whose resolution would help to create conditions for the approval of the basic principles.” The sides did not comment on the talks. Prior to the talk, on June 23, President Barack Obama phone calls Sarkisian and Aliyev. The President reaffirmed the message expressed in the joint statement with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs President Nicholas Sarkozy and President Medvedev that the moment has come for all the sides to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to take a decisive step towards a peaceful settlement. President Obama strongly encouraged the two leaders to finalize and endorse the Basic Principles during their meeting with President Medvedev in Kazan. Once the Basic Principles are agreed to, the parties can begin negotiating a final settlement based on the Helsinki principles of non-use of force or threat of force, territorial integrity, and the equal rights and self-determination of peoples, said a White House statement. President Obama told both leaders that now is the time to resolve this conflict and to

offer the people of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Nagorno-Karabakh a better future for themselves and for their children. The United States will continue to support both leaders and the Minsk Group Co-Chairs in their important efforts to advance security and prosperity in the region, added the White House statement. Also on June 23, Sarkozy sent a message to Sarkisian saying that in accordance to the statement made in Deauville by President Obama, President Medvedev and himself, he would like to express confidence that the time has come to verify the principles which could henceforth serve as a base for the actual negotiations on the resolution of the conflict. According to the President of France, there are moments in history when the leadership of a country should demonstrate to its people courage, wisdom and the road toward peace, said a statement by Sarkisian’s office. “Please be assured that I, as a friend, and along with me France, which considers herself Armenia’s sister, convey to you the most sincere wishes for success in this decisive meeting. My country will spare no effort to support you on that road,” said Sarkozy. Prior to the Kazan meeting, the Armenian National Committee of America Executive Director Aram Hamparian, issued a statement citing the Administration’s failure to apply the democratic principle of self-determination in its Nagorno Karabakh diplomacy. “While we certainly welcome the ongoing efforts of the OSCE to bring about a fair and lasting peace, we remain troubled that the deal presently under consideration would force the citizens of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic –

(L to R) Presidents Serzh Sarkisian, Dmitry Medvedev and Ilham Aliyev on June 24 during the Kazan summit. who are barred from acting as a party to the ongoing negotiations that will determine their fate – to trade their hard fought security and well-deserved independence for an undefined ‘interim status’ that will increase, not diminish, the risks of renewed Azerbaijani aggression,” said Hamparian. “It is reckless and irresponsible to ask Armenians to make upfront, concrete, and effectively irrevocable land, status, and security concessions in exchange for deferred and easily reversible Azerbaijani promises of a vaguely defined ‘expression of will’ regarding Artsakh’s status that may or may not – depending on Baku’s willingness – take place

at some point in the future,” said Hamparian. “The Obama Administration should, first and foremost, require that the official representatives of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic be fully and immediately reinstated in the peace process, and then move forward, not by pressuring the Armenian side into reckless concessions, but rather by acting in the spirit of the President’s powerful words in his speech Wednesday evening, and in accord with his campaign commitments to seek a lasting settlement for Nagorno-Karabakh based upon America’s founding commitment to the principles of democracy and self determination,” concluded Hamparian.

Agreement Difficult in Face of Intolerance, Says Sarkisian In a speech at the Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe, President Serzh Sarkisian on June 22 outlined Armenia’s vision for the Karabakh conflict, stability in the region, as well as Armenia’s relations with Europe. He warned, however, that an agreement on Karabakh would be difficult to achieve in the face of continued intolerance and “Armenophobia” by Azerbaijan. Sarkisian cited a recent report by European Commission against Racism and Intolerance, which reconfirmed the extreme level of racism against Armenians being practiced in Azerbaijan and urged Baku to adopt appropriate laws to curb those social attitudes. “We regret this fact, because it is hard to imagine such a situation in a member state of the Council of Europe. We regret this, because we clearly understand that the poison of intolerance strikes most heavily the society bearing such poison,” said Sarkisian saying that the report was troubling because the Karabakh conflict is still unresolved, hinting that Baku’s policies can impact Azerbaijan’s approach to the conflict. Sarkisian said that he, nevertheless, would be traveling to Kazan, Russia to take party in a meeting with his Azeri counterpart Ilham Aliyev to discuss the so-called “basic principles” of the OSCE Minsk Group peace plan, because peace

and stability in the region were important for Armenia. “However, we all should realize that an agreement can be finalized and effectively implemented only when the patterns of Armenophobia and racism are eliminated in Azerbaijan and an atmosphere of trust is formed. Naturally, no one may question the inherent right of the people of Karabakh to live freely and safely on their land and to be the masters of their destiny,” said Sarkisian. The president also discussed the ArmeniaTurkey normalization process, saying that Turkey had placed the matter in a “deadlock.” “The sole reason was that Turkey reverted to its practice of setting preconditions, and failing to honor its commitments, which rendered the ratification of the signed protocols impossible. Having faced the wall of disappointment and mistrust, I cannot predict when the window of opportunity will reopen. I regret to say so, but it is the reality,” said Sarkisian. “It is important to emphasize that Armenia initiated the process with good intentions, true to the 21st-century imperative of peaceful coexistence of nations and peoples, all on the backdrop of Turkey still not only failing to recognize, but also engaging in a policy of blunt denial of the Genocide of Armenians committed

in the Ottoman Empire in 1915. Meanwhile, Armenians worldwide are expecting an adequate response. Our tireless efforts, and hopefully also the efforts of those concerned about crimes against humanity, will henceforth remain focused on the international recognition of the Armenian Genocide,” added the president. In response to a question from the audience

regarding the safety of the Medzamor Nuclear Plant, Sarkisian said that Armenia had no other choice than to rely on nuclear energy because of the blockade imposed by its neighbors. “This unlawful blockade of Armenia must come to an end. Europe cannot and should not tolerate new dividing lines,” said Sarkisian.

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Armenian, Georgian Churches Fail to Settle Disputes (RFE/RL)- The historic meeting of Armenian and Georgian religious leaders in Georgia did not result in any concrete agreements on disputes between the quasiofficial churches after nearly one week of talks. The visit to Georgia by Armenian Catholicos Karekin II, head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, was the first time in a century the leader of the Armenian Church had visited Georgia. But Karekin's meetings with Catholicos Patriarch Ilia II of the Georgian Orthodox Church ended in public disagreement on the main agenda issues as they wrapped up their talks in Georgia late on June 15. Karekin II began the trip on June 10 in the hope of convincing Georgia's political and religious leadership to grant official status to the Georgia diocese of the Armenian Church and return several churches in and outside Tbilisi. Some 3.9 percent of Georgia's 4.6 million people belong to the Armenian Apostolic Church. Karekin's office said after his weekend meeting with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili that the Georgian side agreed to register the diocese and pledged to preserve the churches "until their return to the diocese." But no agreements or joint declarations were signed as a result. In Georgia's Javakheti region -- which is mostly populated by ethnic Armenians -- the two religious leaders said they failed to work out a mutually acceptable document. "I think that we are saying the same things but with different wordings," Ilia said.

Ilia insisted the Armenian Church should gain official recognition in Georgia only if the Georgian Church is granted the same status in Armenia. Karekin countered that Armenia's small ethnic Georgian community, numbering less than 1,000 people, never applied for such a status. He argued that Armenian law provides for the easy registration of religious minorities. Restoration Of Churches Remains An Issue Contradicting the assurances that Saakashvili reportedly gave to Karekin, Ilia also stated that "Armenian churches will be repaired in case of the restoration of Georgian churches in Armenia. If Georgia restores Armenian churches, then Armenia must repair and preserve Georgian churches as well," he said. Ilia referred to several medieval and mostly abandoned churches located in Armenia's northern Lori Province. The area was for centuries controlled by Georgian kings through their Armenian vassals. Some of those noble families were members of the Georgian Church. The Armenian Church disputes Georgian claims to these churches, saying they were built and always used by Armenian adherents of the Greek Orthodox Church. "Of course, restoration of historical monuments must be an obligation of the two states, but one must first of all ascertain their origin," said Karekin. Karekin II visited two Armenian churches located in Tbilisi on June 11. One of them partly collapsed last year, while the other was severely damaged by a fire in 2001. But he did not go to another, more famous

Catholicos of All Armenians Karekin II (left) and Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II Tbilisi church built in the 15th century and known as Norashen. It has been the largest source of tensions between the two ancient Christian institutions. Ilia told RFE/RL that the Georgian Church is ready to substantiate its claims for the churches. The Georgian Church proposed that the two sides form a joint commission of scholars and historians for that purpose. That proposal

Armenian Universities Facing Lack of Applicants (RFE/RL)- Getting enrolled in Armenia’s state-run universities and colleges will be as easy as ever this summer due to sweeping structural changes in the national education system introduced over the past decade. Armenia is now completing its gradual transition from the Soviet-era system of 10year schooling to a 12-year education cycle that will produce first graduates next year. Virtually nobody will graduate from recently established Armenian high schools during the outgoing academic year. This will have profound implications for over two dozen state universities operating in Yerevan and other parts of the country. The Armenian Ministry of Education expects only 1,200 young people to apply for a total of 21,000 first-year places available there. By comparison, the ministry reported 17,000 applications last year. With no graduates coming out of high schools this summer, the 2011 applicants will mainly be those who failed entrance examinations last year as well as young men demobilized from the Armenian army. Interestingly, admission applications are also expected from students who are already enrolled in state universities and have to pay for their studies. The lack of competition would almost certainly allow them gain one of some

2,500 university places exempt from tuition fees. Education Ministry officials say some students have already quit their colleges to pursue higher education anew and free of charge. The ministry’s Evaluation and Testing Center (ETC), which administers ongoing centralized entrance exams for all state universities, has made university enrollment even easier by somewhat simplifying admission requirements. “There are applicants who can’t write their names but want to go to university,” ETC spokeswoman Gayane Manukian told RFE/RL. “That is their right, but the simplification of the tests is relative because if an applicant is not ready, they will have a hard time anyway.” Yerevan State University (YSU), the largest

and oldest in Armenia, said its History Department has so far received the largest number of admission applications: 40. Some YSU departments specializing in physics, chemistry and other natural sciences have attracted no interest at all yet. Another major institution, the State Economics University of Armenia, had less than applicants as of Wednesday. Not surprisingly, the head of its admissions unit, Mikael Tavadian, was unhappy with the education reform. “This mechanism should have been devised more carefully and thoroughly before being applied,” Tavadian said. “And this [situation] will last for six years. Our undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate will definitely suffer.”

was not accepted by Karekin II. "We replied that they should first present necessary facts as to what exactly the commission should investigate," he said. "An appropriate decision [on whether to set up such a body] would be made after that." Both religious leaders stressed that the two churches will continue to seek a negotiated solution to their disputes.

Etchmiadzin Slams Georgia’s Ilia II (RFE/RL)- The Armenian Apostolic Church hit out at Georgia’s Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II for making what it called “inappropriate” references to its supreme head, Catholicos Karekin II, just days after his visit to Georgia. Ilia attributed the failure of the two pontiffs to settle disputes between their churches to Karekin II’s perceived young age. “Karekin II is young and apparently lacks experience,” the 78-year-old head of the Georgian Orthodox Church was reported to say. “He is intelligent but wants to do things quickly, which will not work. I told him that I have a 30year experience and that staying calm is the best thing.” Senior clerics at the Armenian Church’s Mother See in Etchmiadzin denounced these remarks. “Considering the logic of the ethics of relations between church heads, it is inappropriate to make such statements,” said Bishop Arshak Khachatrian, the Mother See chancellor. Karekin II, who has headed the Armenian Church 1999 and will turn 60 in August, hoped to ease those tensions when he began a weeklong visit to Georgia on June 10. But he and Ilia II failed to reach any concrete agreements.

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Medzamor Adequately Safe, Say Nuclear Experts (RFE/RL)—Armenia’s Medzamor nuclear power plant poses an “acceptable” level of risk to environment and can “in principle” operate beyond its design life span, international nuclear safety experts said following a two-week inspection conducted there in early June. While identifying several “good plant practices” at the Soviet-era facility, the experts working under the aegis of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) recommended specific measures which they said would further boost its operational safety. “There is no industrial activity that does not pose any risk, but I think the results of our inspection show that this risk [at Medzamor] is acceptable,” Gabor Vamos, head of the IAEA’s ad hoc Operational Safety Review Team (OSART) for Armenia, told a news conference in Yerevan. The Armenian government solicited the OSART mission about two months ago, citing the need to learn lessons from the grave accidents at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. It also hoped to ally renewed domestic and international concerns about Medzamor’s safety. Like Japan, Armenia is situated in a seismically active region prone to powerful earthquakes. Local environment protection groups say the Fukushima disaster should be a wake-up to the authorities in Yerevan to shut down the Medzamor plant as soon as possible. Armenian government officials and nuclear experts dismiss such concerns. One of their arguments is that the plant has undergone numerous safety upgrades since one of its two reactors was reactivated in 1995. The OSART mission that arrived in the country on May 15 comprised 11 experts representing the IAEA, the European Union, as well as eight individual countries, including the United States, Britain and France. They spent two weeks inspecting Medzamor’s reactor and other facilities, assessing the plant’s safety and maintenance procedures and interviewing its

personnel. Vamos, who is from Hungary, said his team has submitted its preliminary findings to the Armenian government and will release a final report within three months. He said they contain three dozen proposals and recommendations and seven “good plant practices” that will be recommended to the nuclear industries of other nations for consideration. According to Vamos, one of those examples is the fact that the Medzamor staff take wide-ranging safety measures on their own without relying on private contractors, as is the case in many nuclear plants. The IAEA stressed this fact in a separate statement: “This unique approach resulted in staff acquiring deep knowledge and skills to successfully operate and maintain new equipment,” it said. The statement also said, “The plant has developed a specific, comprehensive system supported by procedure to mitigate the consequences of a station blackout by providing power to systems and components necessary for cooling the reactor in emergency conditions.” On the downside, Vamos noted that Medzamor technicians

Government Wants to Revive Nairit

Russian Energy Giants to Invest in Armenian Utilities

A new, energy-efficient gas power plant recently opened in Yerevan.

The Nairit chemical plant (RFE/RL)—The Armenian authorities insisted on June 10 that they are doing their best to revive the country’s largest chemical enterprise amid renewed street protests by its workers demanding the payment of back wages. Several dozen employees of the Nairit plant demonstrated outside the presidential palace in Yerevan, saying that they have not been paid for months and demanding assurances that they will not lose their jobs altogether. “Wages have not been paid for more than three months,” Hrach Tadevosian, the leader of a Nairit trade union, said. “People don’t know whether Nairit will resume its work.” Tadevosian and two other organizers of the protest were received by a senior official from President Serzh Sarkisian’s staff. They said he assured them that their concerns will be fully addressed soon. “That includes both employment and wages,” said Tadevosian. He warned that Nairit workers will resume their protest action “if that doesn’t happen in the next 15 days.” A spokesman for Sarkisian said that the presidential administration is closely monitoring the situation and that “everything is done” to salvage the industrial giant that has struggled to remain afloat ever since the Soviet breakup. It has largely stood idle since April 2010.

do not quickly identify all equipment deficiencies that require urgent repairs. The Armenian authorities should work out a more rigorous mechanism for keeping the plant’s equipment in an “ideal state,” he said. “The [Medzamor] administration expressed a determination to address all the areas identified for improvement and requested the IAEA to schedule a follow-up mission in approximately 18 months,” read the IAEA statement. The Vienna-based nuclear watchdog also stressed that the OSART mission to Armenia was not a full-fledged “regulatory inspection.” “Nor is it a design review or a substitute for an exhaustive assessment of the plant’s overall safety status,” it said. Medzamor’s sole functioning reactor generates about 40 percent of the country’s electricity. The EU classified VVER 440-V230 light-water reactor in the 1990s as one of the “oldest and least reliable” of 66 such facilities built in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. The Armenian government has pledged to decommission it by 2017, in time for the construction of a new and more powerful nuclear plant at the same site over 30 kilometers west of Yerevan. Work on that ambitious project was supposed to start in 2012. However, the head of Armenia’s State Committee on Nuclear Safety, Ashot Martirosian, indicated last August that the construction could be delayed by several years, suggesting that the existing reactor will function longer than planned. Asked to comment on such possibility, Vamos said, “There are examples in the world of nuclear reactors, including VVER440 reactors, having their life spans extended, but to our knowledge, there is no official plan yet to prolong the exploitation of the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant,” “Therefore, that issue was not considered during our inspection.” “But in principle, there is such technical possibility,” added the Hungarian nuclear expert.

The chief of Sarkisian’s staff, Karen Karapetian, already intervened last November to get the Nairit management to eliminate a similar backlog of back wages. Karapetian strongly criticized the company as hundreds of workers demonstrated outside the presidential palace. Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian mentioned the latest protest during a weekly session of his cabinet. He told Energy and Natural Resources Minister Armen Movsisian to inform the Nairit staff and the public in general about ongoing government efforts to breathe a new life into the plant. “I think the best thing is to provide maximum objective information and ensure transparency because some people have tried to cause a stir in this area lately. They write discrediting articles, give some directions,” Sarkisian said, referring to critics of his government’s response to Nairit’s chronic troubles,” claimed Movsisian. It emerged that the Armenian Ministry of Energy and Rhinoville Property Limited, a British-registered obscure firm that owns 90 percent of Nairit, have called an international tender for the right to manage the plant. According to Movsisian, three foreign companies have already submitted bids. The minister did not name any of them.

(RFE/RL)- Armenian officials say Russian energy companies have pledged to invest a total of 26.7 billion drams ($71.2 million) in the natural gas and electricity distribution networks they own in Armenia in 2011. The Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) approved and publicized the Russian companies investment plans at a regular meeting on June 16 in Yerevan. In a statement, the PSRC said the Electricity Networks of Armenia (ENA) will spend 18.2 billion drams on upgrading and expanding its power distribution facilities and boosting the safety and reliability of electricity supplies to consumers. ENA's parent company is a subsidiary of Russia's RAO Unified Energy Systems (UES) power giant. The Armenian network incurred massive losses before being sold by the government in 2002 to Midland Resources, an obscure British-

registered firm. UES acquired it in 2004. ENA, which is one of Armenia's largest corporate taxpayers, has undergone significant restructuring and received sizable capital investments since then. It has become increasingly profitable in recent years despite a reduction in domestic electricity production. ENA profits jumped by 50 percent to 25.1 billion drams last year. According to the PSRC, another 8.5 billion drams is to be invested in the national gas network operated by the ArmRosGazprom (ARG) company. Eighty percent of its stock is owned by Russia's Gazprom gas monopoly. The PSRC statement said ARG plans to upgrade its network and expand a massive underground gas storage facility located near Yerevan. The gas operator's investment commitments for 2011-2013 total 17.8 billion drams.

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