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Former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



11.06.2024

The delegation headed by Jean-Pierre Raffarin, former Prime Minister of France, President of the “Leaders for Peace” organization, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on June 11, accompanied by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Armenia, Olivier Decottignies.

Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Armenian Genocide Memorial, presenting the history of the creation of the memorial.




Brazilian researcher at the AGMI



08.06.2024

Julia Tordeur, a PhD Candidate at the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Social Sciences (CPDOC) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, conducted one-month research at the AGMI, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation scholarship. Her research centers on the stories of Brazilian Armenian women, who are descendants of survivors of the Armenian Genocide.

Julia Tordeur graciously shared her insights and accomplishments from her time in Armenia, particularly at the AGMI.

- What is your research about?

– My research is titled: “The Women Who Survived the Desert: An Oral History of Armenians in Diaspora.”


Mayor of Aix-en-Provence, France, Sophie Joissains visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



05.06.2024

The delegation led by the Vice President of the French Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur Department, Mayor of Aix-en-Provence Sophie Joissains visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial.

Lusine Abrahamyan, AGMI Deputy Director for Museum Affairs, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. Emphasising the connection with the Armenian Genocide, Mrs. Lusine Abrahamyan also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival, emphasising the connection between what happened then and the Armenian Genocide.


ANNOUNCEMENT
“Teaching the Topic of the Armenian Genocide” Educational Programme
VI Summer School for Teachers



04.06.2024

The “Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute” Foundation is organising a three-day summer school for Armenian history teachers titled “Teaching the topic of the Armenian Genocide,” on July 16-18, 2024.

This summer school may be attended by public middle and high school Armenian history teachers, who should apply presenting the importance of their participation in the programme.

Application responses will be given at least 15 days before the start of the summer school.


A conference was held at the AGMI titled " Interdisciplinary Approaches to Turkish-Azerbaijani Armenophobia"



01.06.2024

I was young, but remember it very well. I stuffed my toy dolls in a tin box. Mama put some food on top of them and put the box on a cart. We were going to get in the cart, to sit down down and move, when it turned over...
Marie Yerkat, born in Adabazar in 1910

It was only then that I noticed that Shaké had her little doll with her, held to her chest. My eyes filled with tears and I asked my grandma that we return and take my doll too. But she bent down and kissed my cheeks saying that, when we arrived in the first city we came to, she would buy me a big doll. She began to describe the big and beautiful dolls to be found there to me.
Aghavni Poghosyan, born in in Adabazar in 1907

They would buy beautiful dolls for me, brought from abroad. They would spare no expense and bought one for half a gold piece. It was from Europe, in a beautiful box, and I remember it to this day. She would close her eyes when I put to bed, then she would open them. Mama wouldn't always hand it to me but, during the war, she ignore that…
Veronika Berberyan, born in the town of Bogazlyan in 1907


A conference was held at the AGMI titled " Interdisciplinary Approaches to Turkish-Azerbaijani Armenophobia"



31.05.2024

A conference titled "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Turkish-Azerbaijani Armenophobia" was held in the AGMI conference hall on May 30-31. Researchers from the AGMI, RA NAS Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Matenadaran, Armeno-Russian (Slavonic) University’s Institute of Oriental Studies and the Armenian Association for Analytical Psychology participated.

The event was part of the RA MօESCS Higher Education and Science Committee's scientific theme "The origins, current state, and objectives of Turkish-Azerbaijani Armenophobia (interdisciplinary approaches)."

Dr. Edita Gzoyan, Director of AGMI highlighted, in her opening speech, that while previous studies have always discussed various manifestations of anti-Armenian sentiment and Armenophobia, this was the first time that a conference took an interdisciplinary approach to the subject.


George Logothetis, Executive Chairman of the Libra Group, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



30.05.2024

George Logothetis, Executive Chairman of the Libra Group, led a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Tatevik Stepanyan, Deputy Minister for Labour and Social Affairs of the RA, on May 30, 2024.

Lusine Abrahamyan, AGMI Deputy Director for Museum Affairs, welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organised by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians.


UNBELIEVABLE NEWS
Der-ez-Zor, 1918



28.05.2024

Spring had arrived... that night I attended Mrs. Lucia's child’s birthday party. There was obvious commotion in the house. I kissed grandma’s hand and congratulated her grandson on his birthday. He said that his birthday had passed long ago and didn't know why they were making extra expense.

They had set a beautifully table and, later that night, three well-dressed young men and two young ladies arrived and took the seats of honour. Ms. Lucia closed the courtyard door and said, “Now we can talk freely, Artashes is ours and, though he is young, we trust his discretion…”


Georges Siffredi, President of the Hauts-de-Seine department of France, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



27.05.2024

Georges Siffredi, President of the Hauts-de-Seine department of France, led a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Deputy Governor of Tavush Province Narek Ghushchyan, and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France, Mr. Olivier Decottignies, on May 27, 2024.

Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director, welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


EVENTS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF THE GREEK GENOCIDE



25.05.2024

A series of events dedicated to the memory of the Greek Genocide victims, co-organised by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute and the Union of Greek Communities of Armenia, took place from May 19-25.

A commemoration event was held in the Greek community centre’s garden in the town of Alaverdi, Armenia on May 19, to honour Pontic Greek Genocide victims. Flowers were laid near the khachkar memorialising the victims of the genocide during the event and a memorial service was conducted by Father Mikael Shaghoyan, the community pastor.

The event was attended by AGMI researchers Narek Poghosyan and Tehmine Martoyan and speeches were delivered by the head of the Alaverdi community Davit Ghumashyan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Greece to Armenia Christos Sofianopoulos, President of the Union of Greek Communities of Armenia Maria Lazareva, a representative of the Greek "AKMI" community, the director of the Greek Medical Center "Hellen Med" Simon Zakharov, AGMI senior researcher Tehmine Martoyan and others.


TWO-DAY INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AT AGMI



24.05.2024

The event series titled "Global History" was jointly launched by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation and the Georgia Branch Office of the Max Weber Foundation in the AGMI confernece hall on May 23-24. The participants included Armenian and Georgian students and young scholars who were selected for the programme. They visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex and museum, where Regina Galustyan, an AGMI researcher, presented the museum exhibition, prior to the start of the events.

A panel discussion titled "Comparative Histories of Genocides and the Development of International Law,"then took place in the conference hall, chaired by Dr. Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director. Prof. Dr. Annette Weinke (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany), Prof. Dr. Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen (Ariel University, Israel) and Dr. Suren Manukyan (Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, Armenia) gave speeches.


POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION ANNOUNCEMENT



23.05.2024

The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation is accepting applications for the full-time PhD programme for the academic year 2024-2025 (RA government decision No. 701 of 16 May 2024).

Applications must be made between May 27 and June 20, 2024. The following required documents must be submitted to the AGMI Foundation at 8/8 Tsitsernakaberd Highway, Yerevan:

• BA and MA degree diplomas or certified specialist or ordinator diploma and their supplements (for those who received higher education in foreign countries - a document on the equivalence of their education)


CHARLES AZNAVOUR (1924-2018)
ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 100TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
"We are born to die, but until then we must live" - Charles Aznavour



22.05.2024

Charles Aznavour, a well-known singer, songwriter, poet, author, film actor and public figure, would have been 100 years old on May 22, 2024.

Charles Aznavour was born in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district of Paris on May 22, 1924. His parents, Michael (Misha) and Knar Aznavourian were both survivors of the Armenian Genocide and artists, Knar being an actress, while Misha was a singer. They first met in Constantinople, where Misha was performing and Knar was writing cultural articles for an Armenian newspaper.


Claude Wiseler, President of the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



22.05.2024

Claude Wiseler, President of the Chamber of Deputies the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, led a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Ruben Rubinyan, Vice President of the Armenian National Assembly and Tigran Balayan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Armenia to Luxembourg, on May 22, 2024.

Edita Gzoyan, Director of the AGMI, welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation.

Mr. Claude Wiseler laid a wreath at the memorial to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, after which the guests laid flowers at the Eternal Fire and observed a minute’s silence in memory of the innocent martyrs of the Armenian Genocide.


Carol Spahn, Acting Director of the US Peace Corps, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



21.05.2024

Carol Spahn, Acting Director of the US Peace Corps, led a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex, accompanied by Joanne Fairley, Peace Corps Country Director in Armenia.

AGMI director Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


PONTIC GREEK GENOCIDE



19.05.2024

The Greek Parliament, in its sitting of February 24, 1994, designated May 19 as Commemoration Day for the Victims of the Greek Genocide. This date was chosen because it marked the arrival of Mustafa Kemal in Samsun. The Greek Genocide is also remembered on September 14, marking the deliberate extermination of Armenians and Greeks in Smyrna, followed by the city's burning in 1922. Approximately 353,000 Greeks lost their lives in the genocidal campaign against the Pontic Greeks. Many Greeks were forcibly converted to Islam, while those who survived sought refuge in Greece and other countries worldwide.




Museums Night in the Armenian Genocide Museum – 2024



18.05.2024

May 18 is International Museum Day. The Armenian Genocide Museum has, since 2014, joined European Museums Night. This year the event was held on International Museum Day with the theme “Educational and Research Museums”.

Visitors to the Armenian Genocide Museum had the opportunity to explore its permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as attend two public lectures. The first speaker was Regina Galustyan, a researcher in the AGMI V. Dadrian Department of Comparative Genocide Studies, who presented a lecture titled "Methods of Armenian Genocide Implementation: Deportation". The second speaker was Tehmine Martoyan, Senior Researcher in the AGMI Department for Armenian Genocide Victims and Survivors Documentation and Research. She presented a lecture titled "The Extermination of Armenians and Greeks of Smyrna: Testimonies of Eyewitness Survivors".



Events Dedicated to the Memory of the Victims of the Greek Genocide



17.05.2024

May 19
Commemoration event in Alaverdi. Laying of a wreath in memory of the victims of the Greek Genocide. Alaverdi Greek Center

May 23
12:00- Why Remember? Why Commemorate?
Dr. Tessa Hofmann, German armenologist and genocide scholar. Conference Hall of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute and on-line.


Ronan Le Gleut, a member of the Committee on Foreign Relations, Defense and Armed Forces of the French Senate, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



30.04.2024

The delegation headed by Ronan Le Gleut, a member of the French Senate, a member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Defense and Armed Forces, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on April 30, accompanied by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Armenia, Olivier Decottignies.

Lusine Abrahamyan, AGMI Deputy Director for Museum Affairs, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. Emphasising the connection with the Armenian Genocide, Mrs. Lusine Abrahamyan also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival, emphasising the connection between what happened then and the Armenian Genocide.


A group of leading British media representatives had a meeting with Edita Gzoyan, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute



24.04.2024

A group of leading British media representatives, including those from “The Independent”, “The Guardian”, “The Telegraph”, “The Critic”, “UnHerd”, “Adam Smith Institute” news outlets, had a meeting with Edita Gzoyan Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute on April 24. During the meeting the journalists raised questions of interest to them about the creation of the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex and AGMI activities, as well as the role of Great Britain relating to the documentation of the Armenian Genocide and issues concerning the recognition of the Armenian Genocide.

Questions were also asked about the Armenian people’s perceptions of the forced depopulation of Artsakh and its classification as genocide.



Jean-Luc Mélenchon, President of the French “Rebellious France” opposition party visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



24.04.2024

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, president of the left-wing “Rebellious France” opposition party of the French Republic led a delegation that visited the Armenian Genocide Museum.

They toured the museum and became acquainted with the permanent and temporary exhibitions, showing special interest in “Pro Armenia: For you, Armenia” exhibition dedicated to the two months of Francophonie.





The Syrian People’s Assembly delegation visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



24.04.2024

Akram al-Ajlani, Vice President of the Syrian People's Assembly, led a delegation that visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by RA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Syria Tigran Gevorgyan and Syria's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Armenia Nora Arisian on April 24. Lucy Esgenian, head of the Syria-Armenia friendship group of the Syrian People's Assembly was also part of the delegation.

The guests were welcomed by Edita Gzoyan AGMI Director who accompanied the guests to the Memorial complex.

Mr. Akram al-Ajlani laid a wreath near the Genocide Monument and the members of the delegation laid flowers near the Eternal Fire and honoured the memory of the innocent martyrs with a minute’s silence.


The French Senate Franco-Armenia friendship group visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



24.04.2024

Gilbert-Luc Devinaz, head of the French Senate Franco-Armenia friendship group, led a delegation to the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Vladimir Vardanyan, the head of the RA National Assembly Armenia-France friendship group and Olivier Decottignies, Ambassador and Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to the Republic of Armenia on April 24.

The guests were welcomed by Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director, who accompanied the guests to the Memorial complex.

The members of the French delegation laid flowers near the Eternal Fire and honoured the memory of the innocent martyrs of the Armenian Genocide with a minute’s silence.


The Catholicos of All Armenians paid tribute to the memory of the martyrs of the Armenian Genocide



24.04.2024

His Holiness Garegin II Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, accompanied by the members of the order of monks of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, visited the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex to commemorate the holy martyrs of the Armenian Genocide on April 24.

After laying a wreath, in front of Eternal Fire, an intercession service for the holy martyrs of the Armenian Genocide took place under His Holiness’ leadership.





High-ranking statesmen of the Republic of Armenia paid tribute to the memory of the Armenian Genocide martyrs



24.04.2024

RA President Vahagn Khachaturyan, RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, RA National Assembly Speaker Alen Simonyan, RA NA deputies, members of the government, heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Armenia and others paid tribute to the Armenian Genocide martyrs at the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial complex.






Hannah Thoburn, senior expert of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



23.04.2024

Hannah Thoburn, senior expert on the staff of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on April 23, accompanied by Christina Kvien, the US Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Armenia.

Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them around the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


SOGHOMON TEHLIRIAN’S RELATIVES DONATE VALUABLE MATERIALS TO THE AGMI



20.04.2024

The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute hosted Soghomon Tehlirian’s cousins’ granddaughters, Arpi Oskanyan and Anush Oskanyan-Ohanyan on April 20, when they presented the AGMI with Soghomon Tehliryan's unpublished diary and nine photographs which were relics belonging to their family.

AGMI Director Edita Gzoyan thanked them for these exceptional materials, expressing the hope that the diary, in particular, would shed new light on Soghomon Tehlirian’s life, as well as about individual episodes of the Nemesis operation, which belong to the heroic pages of Armenian history. In her speech, she emphasized the importance of Soghomon Tehliryan’s trial in terms of the concept of genocide and the creation of the convention, stating: “Soghomon Tehliryan is ours, but he also belongs to the world.”


Prevention at stake: 109 years since the Armenian Genocide
The AGMI Director delivered a speech in the European Parliament



19.04.2024

Edita Gzoyan, Director of the AGMI participated online in an event which took place in the European Parliament titled “Commemorating the Armenian Genocide. The Road to Modern Day Displacement”, on April 18.

In her speech titled “Prevention at Stake: 109 Years Since the Armenian Genocide” Edita Gzoyan presented the historical basis of the genocide with great thoroughness. She also detailed the court proceedings that took place in those years. According to Gzoyan, what has happened in Nakhijevan and Nagorno-Karabakh was a continuation of the 1915 genocide. According to the speaker, the rhetoric of the leaders of Turkey and Azerbaijan, the discourse of the society of those countries make to think about a genocide. Speaking about the genocide itself, the museum’s director emphasised that it is not only about the loss of human lives. “By targeting desecrating and destroying cultural monuments, people are being deprived of their identity.


New donations to the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute



17.04.2024

The AGMI Collections was enriched with two valuable canvases on April 17.

Two valuable works of art titled “Defenders of Zeytun: Alarming Dawn” (1988) by the artist Professor Karen Gasparyan of the State Academy of Fine Arts of Armenia and a member of the Union of Artists of Armenia and “Turkish Breakfast” (1986) by Varuzhan Vardanyan, Honored Artist of the RA, were presented to the AGMI by the Gasparyan family and Abraham Grigoryan.



COLOGNE URSULINEN REAL SCHOOL STUDENTS AT THE AGMI



17.04.2024

The “Go East” programme that supports youth, implemented within the framework of cooperation between the YSMU “Heratsi” High School and the Federal Republic of Germany’s Cologne Ursulinen Real School, aims to promote the culture of preserving historical memory as a means of excluding future genocides. Its theme this year is “How we remember the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide: a look at Armenia’s and Germany’s past in order to shape and value the present and the future.” The students who arrived in Armenia from Germany as part of the programme were received at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute on April 16.

Regina Galustyan, a researcher at the AGMI V. Dadrian Department of Comparative Genocide Studies, gave the guests a lecture titled “Methods of implementing of the Armenian Genocide: deportation”.



IN CONNECTION WITH THE 135TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF ARNOLD TOYNBEE (1889-1975)
The intermittent sufferings of the Armenian race have culminated in an organized, cold-blooded attempt on the part of its Turkish rulers to exterminate it once and for all by methods of inconceivable barbarity and wickedness... - A. Toynbee, 1915



17.04.2024

Many British figures responded to the tragedy of the Armenian people from the very first days of the implementation of the plan to exterminate the Western Armenians by the Ottoman authorities, known as the Armenian Genocide.

Among them was the young scientist Arnold Joseph Toynbee, whose 135th birthday was celebrated on April 14 this year. Later becoming a professor at the University of London (1919-55), he was an outstanding historian and sociologist who received world-wide fame for his 12-volume “A Study of History” published between 1934-61. He was employed in the intelligence department of the British Foreign Office in 1915.


DONATIONS TO AGMI



13.04.2024

The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has quite rich collections and a library which are added to by individual donations from Armenia and abroad. Vardan Hambardzumyan, Executive Director of the YMCA European Alliance, was recently received by the AGMI and presented it, on behalf of Eglantina Lula, the General Secretary of the YMCA Albania, with Albanian books, dictionaries and video recordings made of Armenian Genocide survivors which belonged to Khovasar Chakhmakhchian, a descendant of Armenian Genocide survivors, who taught chemistry in schools and universities in Albania and is now retired.

Jean-Pierre Kotchyan, advisor to the mayor of Saint-Etienne and a descendant of an Armenian Genocide survivor, who visited Armenia and the Armenian Genocide Memorial in November last year, presented the AGMI with another CD of the Armenian Genocide survivors.


Sergey Teryan
On the occasion of his 100th birthday



12.04.2024

Today marks Sergey Teryan’s 100th birthday. An Armenian inventor and technical sciences candidate, he was born in the village of Banants (in the Gardman county of Utik province of historical Greater Armenia, now in Azerbaijan). He dedicated his entire life to raising the issues of his native world of Gardman and its people.

Some years ago Sergey Teryan handed over, from his personal archive, his handwritten memoir and exclusive archival materials concerning the construction of the “Artsiv” (Eagle) fountain-monument dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Patriotic War in the village of Banants and the story of its destruction overnight by the Azerbaijani authorities, comprising photos, documents, manuscripts. etc. to the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.

Sergey Teryan was chairman of the organising committee for the monument’s and the architect was Rafael Israelyan. Unfortunately, the official opening of the monument never took place as the Baku authorities, stating that it symbolised General Andranik, labeled the monument in the form of an eagle as "Dashnak" (ARF) and, on the night of July 26, 1969, having turned the village and surrounding area lights off beforehand, demolished the memorial.


PARTICIPANTS OF THE “ROOT AND SPROUT” COMPETITION AT THE AGMI



10.04.2024

The presentation-discussion of the work of three participants of last year’s “Root and Sprout” creative competition took place in the AGMI conference hall on April 6. Edita Gzoyan, Director of the AGMI, made a speech of welcome, in which she greatly appreciated the students’ work and encouraged them to do more in-depth research in the future.

Inessa Stepanyan, responsible for AGMI educational programmes, Ani Manukyan, author and organiser of the “Root and Sprout” creative competition and Tehmine Martoyan, AGMI senior researcher, all made speeches.

Students and teachers from different schools participated in the event. The first work was presented by Serin Agapi Sipan, an “Anania Shirakatsi” international scientific and educational complex student, who was awarded the “Best work” nomination last year and received the Suren Hanesyan prize.


President of the Bouches-du-Rhône Department and Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolis Martin Vassal visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



10.04.2024

The delegation led by the President of the Bouches-du-Rhône Department and Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolis, Martin Vassal, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial, on April 10, accompanied by the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of France to Armenia, Olivier Decottignies.

Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests and accompanied them to the Armenian Genocide Memorial.

Mrs. Martin Vassal laid a wreath at the memorial complex, after which the accompanying guests put flowers at the Eternal Fire and observed a minute’s silence in memory of the innocent martyrs of the Armenian Genocide.


FOREIGN ARCHIVES ARE THE FOCUS OF ATTENTION AT THE AGMI



09.04.2024

The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has, in recent months, initiated studies of large and small archives in different countries in order to make scientific research more active.

AGMI researchers Regina Galustyan, Anna Kazaryan and Shushan Khachatryan visited the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, in December 2023, with Regina Galustyan and Anna Kazaryan making a return visit there in March 2024. They went to study Armenian documents stored in the National Archives of Tbilisi and the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia. These related to to the settling of Armenian refugees and orphans in various places in the Caucasus after the Armenian Genocide and the activities of humanitarian organizations. They also examined documents concerning the foreign policy of the viceroyalty of the Caucasus relating to the Armenians as well as Russian-language newspapers published in Baku in 1914-1918, copies of which are unavailable in the Republic of Armenia and which may have references to episodes of the Armenian Genocide.

Narek Poghosyan, an AGMI researcher, was sent to New York in March 2024 to study the archive collection belonging to lawyer Raphael Lemkin, who coined the term “genocide”, which is held in the main branch of the New York Public Library in Manhattan.


LIDICE INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S FINE ART EXHIBITION AWARD CEREMONY AT THE AGMI



06.04.2024

According to the beautiful tradition already established, the award ceremony for Armenian participants in the 51st Lidice International Children's Fine Art Exhibition was held in the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute on April 4. This year the international exhibition was titled “Dance”.

Edita Gzoyan, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, welcomed the participants and attendees to the exhibition, saying, “I am glad to welcome you and be your host at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute. This beautiful event is a unique tribute to the memory of the innocent children killed by the German Nazis in the Czech village of Lidice, as well as to the memory of the innocent children killed by the Turks during the Armenian Genocide. It is no coincidence that the conclusion of the competition takes place in the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.”


ADANA 1909: 115 YEARS AFTER THE ARMENIAN HOLOCAUST



04.04.2024

The massacres that took place in the Adana and Aleppo provinces in April 1909 were the second stage of the organised massacres and mass killings of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. It appeared in the city of Adana and the surrounding areas in all its inhumanity and brutality and happened several months after the Young Turk coup, coinciding with a counter-revolution carried out by supporters of Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The Adana massacres clearly showed that, in this sense and despite the change of Turkish regimes and mutual internal disagreements, the policies adopted to solve the Armenian question and dealing with Armenians remained unchanged.

The Adana massacres began on April 1, when a previously prepared and armed Turkish mob rushed into the city's streets, squares, and neighbourhoods and began massacring Armenians. The first wave of massacres lasted for three days. They resumed on April 12, continuing for a further two days. The Turkish army, although it allegedly arrived at that time to “restore order and the rule of law” also participated in the massacres alongside the mob.


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
The International Recognition of the Armenian Genocide: Memorial, Political, and Geopolitical Stakes of a Decades-Long Unfinished Struggle



30.03.2024

The conference will take place on October 23-25, 2024, at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, Yerevan, Armenia.

The conference is organized jointly by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation and the Laboratoire MIMMOC (Mémoires, Identités, Marginalités dans le Monde Occidental Contemporain) of the University of Poitiers, France. The conference announcement is attached.






Chairman of the Education, Science and Youth Affairs Committee of Parliament of Georgia Givi Mikanadze, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



28.03.2024

The delegation led by the Chairman of the Committee on Education, Science and Youth Affairs of the Parliament of Georgia, Givi Mikanadze, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial On March 28, accompanied by RA NA Deputy Narek Babayan and Georgia's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Armenia, Giorgi Sharvashidze.

The delegation was greeted by Lusine Abrahamyan, AGMI Deputy Director for Museum Affairs, who narrated the history of the creation of the Memorial complex. She also presented the guests with the history of the three khachkars placed in the Tsitsernakaberd area in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak) and Baku in the last century organised by the Azerbaijani government, and the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of Memory Wall during the Artsakh war, emphasising the connection between what happened then and the Armenian Genocide.


The France-Armenia friendship group of the French National Assembly visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



27.03.2024

The delegation headed by Anne-Laurence Petel, the head of the France-Armenia friendship group of the French National Assembly, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on 27 March, accompanied by Vladimir Vardanyan, the head of the Armenia-France friendship group of the RA NA, and Olivier Decotigny, the extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of France to Armenia.

AGMI Director Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them around the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



25.03.2024

The delegation led by Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on March 25, accompanied by Armenian Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Khachatryan, Deputy Foreign Minister Vahan Kostanyan, Yerevan Mayor Tigran Avinyan, RA Ambassador to Georgia Ashot Smbatyan and Georgian Ambassador to Armenia Giorgi Sharvashidze.

AGMI Director Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them around the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. Mr. Irakli Kobakhidze laid a wreath at the memorial complex, after which the accompanying guests put flowers at the Eternal Fire and observed a minute’s silence in memory of the innocent martyrs of the Armenian Genocide.


OPENING OF TWO TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS DEDICATED TO THE TWO MONTHS OF “FRANCOPHONIA” AT THE AGMI



22.03.2024

The first two temporary exhibitions, dedicated to the francophone areas of the world, titled “PRO ARMENIA: FOR YOU ARMENIA” and “THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE IN FRENCH ARMENIAN ARTISTS’ WORKS” were opened in the AGMI temporary exhibitions’ hall on 21 March 2024.

The opening ceremony was attended by Andrew Turner, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Canada to Armenia, Gabriel Chamberjian, President of the "Pyunik" Foundation, Artur Stepanyan, Director of the National Archives of Armenia, Suzanna Khojamiryan, director of the Yeghishe Charents Museum of Literature and Art, Maya Grigoryan, director of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, professors and students of the French-Armenian Vocational Training Centre and others.


NORA ARISIAN, SYRIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA, VISITS THE AGMI



19.03.2024

Edita Gzoyan, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, received Nora Arisian, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Syrian Arab Republic to Armenia at the AGMI today.

Ms. Arisian congratulated Edita Gzoyan on her election as the director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, wishing her new successes in fulfilling her high and responsible mission.




PRESS RELEASE



19.03.2024

Two temporary exhibitions, dedicated to the francophone areas of the world, titled “PRO ARMENIA, FOR YOU ARMENIA” and “THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE IN FRENCH ARMENIAN ARTISTS’ WORKS” will be opened by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute at 16:00, 21 March 2024.

The “PRO ARMENIA, FOR YOU ARMENIA” exhibition presents the humanitarian efforts made by France and the French people directed at saving the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire.

The “THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE IN FRENCH ARMENIAN ARTISTS’ WORKS” exhibition presents works by the French Armenian artists Levon Tutundjian, Zareh Moutafian, Jansem (Hovhannes Semerdjian), Asylva (Sylva Arakelian) and Jean-Pierre Seferian. All these artists are survivors of the Armenian genocide or are their descendants and whose works have not remained outside the colours of international pain.


FROM YOUNG TURKS TO NAZIS: THE ORIGINS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE



13.03.2024

RA NA MPs, public figures, scientists, Sumgait massacre witnesses and ordinary citizens paid their respects to the memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organised in the Azerbaijan SSR, on February 28, the day of remembrance of the victims of the massacres and protection of the rights of the deported Armenian population. They laid flowers near the khachkars erected in memory of the victims of the Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak) and Baku massacres organised by the Azerbaijani government.

A scientific meeting-discussion was held in the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute conference hall after the flower-laying ceremony. Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director, greeted the audience, noting that the crimes committed against Armenians on the initiative of and by permission of the Azerbaijani authorities were another consequence of the state's anti-Armenian policy. She added that the same policy, from the blockade of Artsakh to depopulating it of Armenians, was witnessed in our time.


SUMGAYIT POGROM
FEBRUARY 27-29, 1988



29.02.2024

RA NA MPs, public figures, scientists, Sumgait massacre witnesses and ordinary citizens paid their respects to the memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organised in the Azerbaijan SSR, on February 28, the day of remembrance of the victims of the massacres and protection of the rights of the deported Armenian population. They laid flowers near the khachkars erected in memory of the victims of the Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak) and Baku massacres organised by the Azerbaijani government.

A scientific meeting-discussion was held in the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute conference hall after the flower-laying ceremony. Edita Gzoyan, AGMI Director, greeted the audience, noting that the crimes committed against Armenians on the initiative of and by permission of the Azerbaijani authorities were another consequence of the state's anti-Armenian policy. She added that the same policy, from the blockade of Artsakh to depopulating it of Armenians, was witnessed in our time.


Elisabeth Winkelmeier-Becker, Chairperson of the Legal Affairs Committee of the Federal Republic of Germany’s Bundestag, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



27.02.2024

Elizabeth Winkelmeier-Becker, chairperson of the Legal Affairs Committee of the Federal Republic of Germany’s Bundestag, led the delegation that visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex on February 25.

AGMI Director Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them around the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


French Minister of Armed Forces Sébastien Lecornu visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial



23.02.2024

The delegation headed by the Minister of Armed Forces of France Sébastien Lecornu, who arrived in Armenia on an official visit, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial on February 23, accompanied by the Minister of Defense of Armenia Suren Papikyan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Armenia to France Hasmik Tolmajyan and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Armenia Olivier Decotigny.

AGMI Director Edita Gzoyan welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


Missak Manouchian: 1906-1944
The Armenian hero of the French resistance



21.02.2024

Following the decree made by French President Emmanuel Macron on June 18, 2023, the remains of Missak Manouchian, a hero of the French resistance and his wife Mélinée, both survivors of the Armenian Genocide, were interred in France's Panthéon on February 21st 2024, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the execution of Manouchian and his comrades. Misak and Mélinée Manushian became the first foreign individuals to be so honoured alongside French national heroes, thus becoming important symbols of friendship between the Armenian and French peoples.

Missak Manouchian (codename Michel Georges) was born in the city of Adıyaman, Kharberd Province of Western Armenia in 1906. His parents were killed during the Armenian Genocide carried out by the Ottoman state. Missak, who was left an orphan with his older brother Karapet (Garabed), were refugees who became inmates of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) orphanage in Jounie, Syria. The Armenian orphans in Syria, in accordance with the agreement reached in June 1925, were taken to France, where Missak began his epic journey. He joined the ranks of the French Communist Party in 1934 and began publishing the Armenian-language weekly newspaper "Zangou".

Manouchian was imprisoned and then released during the German occupation of France (1940-1944) during World War II.


EDITA GZOYAN ELECTED AGMI DIRECTOR



12.02.2024

Edita G. Gzoyan was unanimously elected the new AGMI director by secret ballot during the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Armenian Genocide Museum – Institute Foundation on February 12, 2024.

She holds a PhD (History), was a senior AGMI researcher between 2013-2018 and a leading researcher and Deputy Scientific Director from 2018 onwards.

Ten of the fifteen members of the Board of Trustees, headed by Dr. Raymond Kévorkian, were present at the meeting. Mrs. Edita Gzoyan presented her vision of AGMI development to the Board members, answered their questions and discussed current Foundation-related issues.

She finally expressed her gratitude for their trust, stating that she takes on the role of AGMI director with a strong sense of responsibility.


Serge Barcelini, President of the French "Le Souvenir français" Association, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



03.02.2024

Serge Barcelini, President of the French "Le Souvenir français" Association (established in 1887), headed a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France, Mr. Olivier Decottignies, on February 3, 2024.

Edita Gzoyan, acting director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. She also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival. She emphasised the connection between the Armenian Genocide and contemporary acts of persecution and violence against Armenians and also referred to the historical and legal aspects of the Artsakh issue, describing Azerbaijan's anti-Armenian actions and propaganda.


Markéta Pekarová Adamová, President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex



31.01.2024

Markéta Pekarová Adamová, President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Ruben Rubinyan, Vice-president of the National Assembly of Armenia, and Arthur Hovhannisyan, head of the Armenia-Czech Friendship Group of the National Assembly of Armenia on January 31, 2024.

Edita Gzoyan, acting director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them to the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation.

Mrs. Markéta Pekarová Adamová laid flowers at the Eternal Fire and observed a minute’s silence in memory of the innocent martyrs of the Armenian Genocide.


Auschwitz (Oświęcim), a symbol of the Holocaust:
January 27 is International Remembrance Day of the Victims of the Holocaust



27.01.2024

Soviet Red Army troops liberated Auschwitz concentration camp and its 7,000 surviving inmates on January 27, 1945. This date was chosen as International Holocaust Remembrance Day to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust.

Death camps
The use of concentration and death camps is one of the characteristic features of the Holocaust. Hundreds of camps were established in Europe, but six of them were particularly deadly: Chełmno, Bełżec, Sobibór, Treblinka, Majdanek, and Auschwitz (Oświęcim).

Auschwitz is of particular importance among these. Of course, more people were killed in Bełżec, Sobibór, and Treblinka combined than in Auschwitz itself. But Auschwitz was larger in size, in administrative structure and staff and in the symbolic meaning it holds for the Holocaust.


THE BAKU MASSACRES
JANUARY 13-19, 1990



19.01.2024

A group of Armenian National Assembly deputies visited Tsitsernakaberd to pay tribute to the victims of the 1990 Baku pogroms. They laid flowers at the khachkar erected in memory of the victims of those massacres organised by the Azerbaijani government.

Out of the 1.7 million residents of Baku, capital of Soviet Azerbaijan, over 200,000 were Armenians. It is noteworthy that, since the beginning of the Karabakh movement, the issue of their safety and future has been linked to the Karabakh conflict by both the Azerbaijani and the top Soviet leadership. Mikhail Gorbachev, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, during a meeting that took place on February 25, 1988, put the question to Zori Balayan and Silva Kaputikyan, saying, "Have you considered the fate of the 207,000 Armenians living in Baku?"


The National Council of Austria delegation visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



17.01.2024

Ewa Ernst-Dziedzic, Member of the National Council of Austria, headed a delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex, accompanied by Shirak Torosyan, the head of the Armenia-Austria Friendship Group of the National Assembly of Armenia, on January 17, 2024.

Lusine Abrahamyan, AGMI Deputy Director for Museum Affairs, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation. Emphasising the connection with the Armenian Genocide, Mrs. Lusine Abrahamyan also narrated the history of the three khachkars placed in Tsitsernakaberd in memory of the Armenians who died in the massacres organized by the government of Azerbaijan in the cities of Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak), and Baku at the end of the 20th century, as well as the stories of the five freedom fighters buried in front of the Memory Wall who died during the Artsakh struggle for survival.


Giorgos Gerapetritis, Greek Foreign Minister visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex



10.01.2024

Giorgos Gerapetritis, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Greece, led the delegation visiting the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex, accompanied by Ararat Mirzoyan, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Armenia, on January 10, 2024.

Edita Gzoyan, acting director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, welcomed the guests. She then accompanied them round the Genocide Memorial complex, presenting the history of its creation.




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The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute will be closed on January 6, 2024.

Sincerely,
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The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute will be closed from December 31 till January 2, 2024.

Sincerely,
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