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  • Yeram Fabien Tomarci - How Do I Work in Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    17.12.2018
    Develop a culture of excellence in operational strategy, leverage Armenian talents to foster exportations, continue developing frameworks that enhance professional collaborations between Armenia and the diaspora
  • Nairi Zadikian - Connecting the Dots
    Armenian by Birth
    28.11.2018
    I had made up my mind; I wanted to work as a civil engineer in the country my grandmother taught me how important it was to remember throughout my life
  • Impact of Global Armenians: Alain Touhadian
    Armenian by Birth
    22.11.2018
    When I stay in Armenia for too long, I want to leave. When I leave, I want to come back. It’s an interesting paradox
  • Anahit Sevumyan
    Armenian by Birth
    13.11.2018
    It is a huge positive when you can rely on the state; however, each of us should know that it is us - the people, who are responsible for our country
  • Maria Anazonian
    Armenian by Birth
    06.11.2018
    Due to recent changes in the country, people are hopeful and smiling. That makes me a happier person. I believe in Armenia and its prosperity
  • Hrair Aguilian
    Armenian by Birth
    22.10.2018
    Safety is a huge factor; it is absolutely safe for one to be out, day or night
  • Repat Experience: Living in Ejmiatsin
    Armenian by Birth
    04.10.2018
    There is much that can be done to develop the regions
  • Seto Hovsepian
    Armenian by Birth
    04.10.2018
    Children should be exposed to both dialects of the language, given the opportunity to truly love the country in a way that is very real instead of simply an ideal
  • 116 Days In: Repatriates’ Views on the New Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    16.09.2018
    Some insights from the past 116 days from repatriates who have moved to Armenia over the past decade from various diaspora communities
  • Tigran Asriyan
    Armenian by Birth
    03.09.2018
    It doesn’t matter “how much Armenian” you are (by 20 or 50 percent) it is more essential that you change Armenia for the better
  • Sashka Avanyan
    Armenian by Birth
    13.08.2018
    Originally, the plan was to stay here for 4 months and then go back. It’s my 14th month in Armenia
  • Arthur Dolmajian
    Armenian by Birth
    09.07.2018
    Repatriation is about doing and not waiting for things to change to take action
  • Back to the Basics in the Motherland; my Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    31.05.2018
    Live your life to the fullest and make every day count
  • Artashes Margaryan
    Armenian by Birth
    23.05.2018
    With so many Armenians and non-Armenians coming from all over the world, repatriating or migrating, bringing their adopted cultures along with them, things will only become all the more interesting in the years to come
  • Vahan Manjigian
    Armenian by Birth
    21.05.2018
    If you want to know the future of a country, look to its youth. The light has been seen at the end of the tunnel and hopefully we get there without too many obstacles along the way
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