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  • Repat Story
    When difficult times began in Russia, Natalia Kazantseva needed to think about changing her place of residence due to closed opportunities for work and her daughter’s tennis career.
  • Repat Story
    In recent years, Gyumri has taken the direction of progress: the architectural appearance of the city, both national and gastronomic, has changed, and innovations have appeared in the city’s infrastructure. Repatriates, often the ones with Gyumri roots, made a big contribution to all this.
  • Repat Story
    Aram was born in the USA but grew up in the environment of Armenian culture, he has been living in Armenia for several months. Amir was born in Iran, although he spent most of his life in Armenia and carries the Armenian culture within himself as strongly and reverently as Aram, but, unlike him, has no Armenian roots.
  • Thoughts
    Are you ready to reclaim your heritage and shape Armenia's future? The country provides essential learning opportunities for those looking to continue their educational journey, aiding integration and professional and personal growth. In Armenia's fast development, numerous educational programs are designed to maximize the potential of both local and repatriate populations.
  • Armenian by Choice
    Carl's connection with Armenia began unexpectedly during a family holiday in 1988, exploring the historic landscapes of Eastern Turkey—historic Western Armenia. Visiting ancient Armenian sites sparked a fascination that would eventually draw him to Armenia itself.
  • Repat Story
    The village of Tsovinar in the Gegharkunik region, Madrid, then transit Yerevan-Madrid-Yerevan, well, and the final point in this long journey of self-discovery, finding one's place and purpose, Azatazen: such is the geography of Nagash Bagdasaryan's return home.
  • #EngageArmenia2024: A Resounding Success Across Europe
    Spanning eight European cities from March 6 to March 13, 2024, the tour successfully brought together Armenians from diverse backgrounds to focus on the future of the homeland, fostering a deep and practical engagement.
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