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Address by H.E. President Armen Sarkissian at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)
Glasgow, 2 November, 2021 Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to thank Her Majesty and Her Majesty’s Government for organizing this significant and timely event. Special thanks to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his colleagues and the City of Glasgow for an excellent summit and warm hospitality. First, about Armenia - a small state but a global nation. According to the World Bank analysis, Armenia is the 4th most vulnerable country to climate change in...
President Armen Sarkissian’s Congratulatory Message on Teachers’ Day
Dear Teachers, Today, we celebrate your professional holiday, Teachers’ Day. We are celebrating it in difficult times, in a stressful and tense atmosphere when we need not only to combine our abilities and power to invest our experience and knowledge but also to learn and teach anew, never to stint to be a student and to learn from the Teacher in the broadest sense of the word. We, as a nation, know the place of the teacher in our system of values very well. Statehood is born...
President Armen Sarkissian’s message on the 75th anniversary of the Byurakan Observatory
I warmly congratulate you on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Byurakan Observatory named after Victor Hambardzumyan, Academician of the RA NAS. It is a great honour for me to have been a small part of the history of the Byurakan Observatory, a history that is inseparably connected with the rich chronicle of the Armenian scientific mind, a history, which comprised part of my teaching and scientific activities. And our scientific mind, in turn, was one of the pioneers of world...
President Armen Sarkissian’s Address on Armenia's Independence Day
Dear compatriots, Dear citizens of the Republic of Armenia, Today is the 30th anniversary of declaring the independence of the Republic of Armenia. It occurs in a critically difficult situation, with many problems and challenges. It occurs on the eve of the completion of the first year of the disastrous war, in the conditions of pain for the loss of thousands of young people, uncertain destinies of our compatriots in captivity or the unknown, incurable wounds of our souls...
President of the Republic Armen Aarkissian’s speech at the ceremony of endowing with state awards on the independence day
Dear Mr. Prime Minister, Dear Speaker of the National Assembly, Dear members of the Security Council, the National Assembly, and the Government, Dear award-receivers, Dear compatriots, First of all, let me congratulate you all on Armenia's Independence Day, and to you, dear award-receivers, also my congratulations for receiving your awards and titles. You have been granted these awards for your contribution to different spheres. However, they have something in...
President Armen Sarkissian's Message on the 30th anniversary of proclaiming the Republic of Artsakh
Dear compatriots, Artsakh was proclaimed a Republic on September 2, 1991. We are meeting the 30th anniversary of this significant event in the most complicated period, in a difficult situation after the 44-day war. I once again extend my deepest condolences to the families and relatives of those killed in the war. We are facing a pan-Armenian ordeal, which requires national unity and consolidation again. Issues of ensuring the security of Artsakh and the inviolability of its...