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Destinies

YOU ARE OUR FRIEND ...

You’re my friend, like the rest of my friends, whom I see every day in the editorial office for many years and never think how much space they occupy in my heart and in my life. And your place is empty now, and we are all so stunned, because this sudden emptiness is so great that heavy silence descended on the office.

GERARD CAFESJIAN

Well-known philanthropist Gerard Cafesjian (1925-2013) was born on April 26, in New York in the family of survivors of Armenian Geocide of 1915 in Turkey. In 1952 Gerard began his professional career at West Publishing Company as an editor on the legal issues. After several management positions he eventually became deputy executive chairman of the company.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MY COMRADE!

Artillery of the Armenian army was created and formed in difficult conditions. Armenian artillery on the battlefield showed indescribable courage, bravery, will and with this further strengthened the fighting capacity of the army. One of those was dedicated military Garunik Khachatur Abgaryan – Grad Garoun.

ARTSAKH WAR HERO: VAHAGEN VARDEVANYAN

Vahagen Vardevanyan was born on December 27, 1996 in Yerevan. In 1990 in Shengavit district of Yerevan a group was formed headed by Hovik Geroyan, and Vahagen joins the group and participates in military operations.

DAVIT IS NOT ABSENT

It is common to say about the heroes that they come into the world, when they need to appear at a crucial moment for the people. And then? Yes, the heroes are immortal, but their posthumous fate is different: the name of one is always on the lips of the people, and the memory of others gradually fades away. And who would have thought that Davit Sarapyan’s fate would be of latters?

THANK CENTENNIAL KNIGHT!

Veteran of the Great Patriotic War 100-year-old Gurgen Chughuryan was one of the guests of honor of the Victory Parade on Red Square in Moscow. Next to the orders of grandfather Gurgen an anniversary badge was added.
He was at the Victory Parade 5 years ago, on the 65th anniversary of the Victory.

FROM SARDARAPAT TO ARTSAKH

The ancestors of warrior-liberator, Yezid by nationality Asya Khatoyan emigrated to Armenia from Bolsen in Osmanian Turkey. In 1918-1920 they participated in the Battle of Sardarapat. She is happy with her ancestors, the heroes, who in the name of freedom, in the name of the land took up arms and fought heroically.