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Armenian-Turkish Business Conference in Yerevan

On November 22-23, 2011, a conference of Armenian and Turkish businessmen will take place at the Hotel Hrazdan in Yerevan. The event is organized by the Union of Manufacturers and Businessmen (Employers) of Armenia as part of the “Support to Armenia-Turkey Rapprochement” project, supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the Consortium of the Eurasia Part ...

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Armenia to deliver 40 tonnes of aid to Turkey

17:06 27/10/2011 » Society Armenia to deliver 40 tonnes of aid to Turkey  Today Armenia has received official aid request from Turkey. Armenian Ministry of Emergency Situations says Armenia will deliver 40 tonnes of aid – tents, sleeping bags, blankets, beddings. Further information about the time and place of the flight will be reported. Panorama   27.10.2011 ...

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President Serzh Sargsyan sent a message of condolences to the President of Turkey Abdullah Gül

President Serzh Sargsyan continues his State Visit to the Russian Federation as it has been scheduled.Serzh Sargsyan sent an urgent message of condolences to the President of the Republic of Turkey Abdullah Gül regarding the earthquake that occured in the territory of Turkey. The message states: "Distinguished Mr. President: I learned with profound pain about the powerful earthquake that occurred in Van and ...

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Armenian businessmen to meet Çalık chairman

VERCİHAN ZİFLİOĞLU DİYARBAKIR - Hürriyet Daily News Monday, October 24, 2011 Twenty-six Armenian businesspeople from the United States are scheduled to meet today with Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbaş and Ahmet Çalık, chairman of Turkey’s Çalık Holding, to discuss business opportunities. Archbishop Viken Ayvazian and Archbishop Khadjak Barsamyan, two Armenian-American religious leaders, are to lead the group dur ...

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Diyarbakir welcomes Armenians: “Welcome home!”

Diyarbakir welcomes Armenians: “Welcome home!” (PHOTO) October 22, 2011 | 10:01 VAN. – The Armenians, who arrived in Diyarbakir, Turkey, to attend the reopening of, and first Holy Mass at, the city’s St. Giragos Armenian church, were surprised by the posters placed in Diyarbakir streets. Diyarbakir City Hall had placed posters that read “Welcome to Your Home,” in Armenian, together with the image of St. Gir ...

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Turkey: Armenian Illegal Migrants Put National Grievances Aside for Work

September 2, 2011 - 4:16am, by Marianna Grigoryan and Anahit Hayrapetyan Narrow, winding stairs lead up to 60-year-old housecleaner Ophelia Hakobian’s poorly furnished room on the second floor of an apartment building in the Istanbul district of Kumkapi. The tiny room, barely 1.5 square meters in area, contains hanging laundry, a table and chairs and photographs of Hakobian’s son and grandchildren. “Is this ...

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Davutoğlu’s gesture raises hopes for track-two diplomacy with Armenia

Davutoğlu’s gesture raises hopes for track-two diplomacy with Armenia 24 July 2011, Sunday / EMINE KART, İSTANBUL “Armenians are our diaspora.” This was probably the most impressive remark that remained in the hearts and minds of representatives of Armenian civil society organizations (CSO) who met with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu earlier this week. The Foreign Ministry was the venue for a rema ...

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Flotillas and the Wars of Public Opinion

  Flotillas and the Wars of Public Opinion   By George Friedman On Sunday, Israeli naval forces intercepted the ships of a Turkish nongovernmental organization (NGO) delivering humanitarian supplies to Gaza. Israel had demanded that the vessels not go directly to Gaza but instead dock in Israeli ports, where the supplies would be offloaded and delivered to Gaza. The Turkish NGO refused, insisting on going d ...

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After Hitch, Turkey and Armenia Normalize Ties

ZURICH — Turkey and Armenia signed a historic agreement to establish normal diplomatic relations and reopen their borders on Saturday, after a last-minute dispute over wording sent Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other diplomats into frantic efforts to salvage the deal. For Turkey and Armenia, neighbors sundered by a century of bitterness over the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks, th ...

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