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H.E. Mr. Varuzhan Nersesyan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Armenia to the United States of America Remarks at AMAA 100th Annual Meeting Gala Boston, October 19, 2019 AMAA Executive Director Mr. Khanjian, Distinguished members of the Board of Directors, Dear members of AMAA, I am very glad to be here with you tonight and to share the joy of the celebration. AMAA is one of the unique Diaspora organizations…. Read More
“In that day the Lord will reach out his hand a second time to reclaim the surviving remnants of his people.” Isaiah 11:11
Observers of history are not surprised to witness yet another aggression by an unabated power in the Near East.
For the umpteenth time in a century Turkey has unveiled its contempt of international law, good neighbor sentiment and human values by invading Syria, causing death and destruction.
AMAA’S 100TH ANNUAL MEETING BANQUET TO BE CELEBRATED IN BOSTON, MA,
By Florence Avakian
“The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) was born, nurtured and grew up in the bosom of the Armenian Evangelical Union (AEU),” stated Rev. Dr. Vahan H. Tootikian, in a telephone conversation with this writer.
“In the last 100 years it has rendered 100 years of dedicated service to the Armenian Evangelical Church and the Armenian nation,” said the eminent church leader who is the Executive Director of the Armenian Evangelical World Council which comprises five Evangelical Unions, the AMAA, and the Stephen Philibosian Foundation, a humanitarian and philanthropic organization.
AMAA Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian Awarded Honorary Member Title by the Writers’ Union of Armenia
On September 13, 2019, the Writers’ Union of Armenia (WUA) held its regular meeting. Among many other items on the Agenda, the Union discussed awarding the title of “Honorary Member” to Zaven Khanjian, Executive Director/CEO of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA).
Աւետարանչականի Գործադիր Տնօրէն Զաւէն Խանճեան կ՚արժանանայ Հայաստանի Գրողներու Միութեան «Պատուոյ Անդամ» Կոչումին
Սեպտեմբերի 13-ին Հայաստանի Գրողներու Միութեան (ՀԳՄ) հերթական ժողովն էր։ Օրակարգի վրայ գտնուող հարցերու կարգին քննարկուեցաւ Ամերիկայի Հայ Աւետարանչական Ընկերակցութեան (ԱՀԱԸ) Գործադիր Տնօրէն Զաւէն Խանճեանի՝ Միութեան «Պատուոյ Անդամ»ի կոչումին արժանանալու հարցը։
In August 2018, the HETQ News agency of Armenia reported on Armenuhi Hakobyan and her family from Vazashen, a village in Armenia’s Tavush Province, just a few hundred meters from the Azerbaijani sharpshooters and artillery placements. Being so close to the border and with so many residents having difficulty making ends meet, life in Vazashen is very challenging.