BOCHUM, Germany — I conducted a long interview with Serpazan Sebuh Chuljian on October 15, 2015 in Vanadzor. I have included this interview as a chapter in my book, One-Winged Eagle, which was published in Istanbul recently.
The opening of the Vortik Gulbenkian Nursing Home, built by the Albert Sevinç Hadodo Foundation, was held by Sebuh Chuljian of Serbia on August 18, 2018 in Gyumri. I was also invited to the opening. After the ceremony, we examined the publication file of my book, One-Winged Eagle, with Sebuh Serpazan and made the final corrections. He was very pleased with it and provided the funds for it to be published.
The publication of One-Winged Eagle was delayed due to the Covid 19 epidemic. Unfortunately, Chuljian himself caught the virus and died on November 19, 2020, the day the book came out. He didn’t live to see the book.
Serpazan Chuljian said; “My father is from Adıyaman, I was born in 1959 in Malatya. The first years of my life passed in Adıyaman. I love Anatolia as the land I live in, Armenia as the land I live in! Armenia is my state, the country I live in. Turkey is, Adiyaman, Malatya, I can not forget my childhood friends there!”
We will never forget it either.
Archbishop Chuljian will now live in the One-Winged Eagle and in our hearts! May his soul be heaven!