From Gevorg Gyulumyan

Gevorg Gyulumyan

Born 1995 in Pambak Village of Vardenis district, Gevorg Gyulumyan’s family roots lie in Pip Village of northern Artsakh, which in 1988 was emptied of its Armenian population. He went to school from 2002-2010 in Pambak, and then studied at Yerevan State University’s Armenian Philology Department from 2016-2020. During the latter period he also was qualified as a pedagogue in Armenian language and literature. In 2020 he entered a master’s degree program in the same university in the history of Armenian ancient literature. From 2012-15 he worked to help plan and realize YMCA Armenia’s projects for developing various communities. He is a correspondent of the Armenian-language periodicals Azg (Yerevan) and Baikar (Boston), in addition to the Mirror-Spectator.
More from Gevorg Gyulumyan

YEREVAN — The actions taking place in Artsakh over the past two days once again speak of the continuation of Azerbaijan’s policy of aggression against Armenians and its undisguised aspirations to expel the latter from Artsakh. For two[...]

YEREVAN — After the Russian-Ukrainian war, a large influx of tourists to Armenia began due in part to the restrictions of European countries. While Armenia might be able to use the opportunity to develop and stabilize its weak economy to[...]

YEREVAN — A new example of Azerbaijani aggression against Armenians took place on February 26 at the village of Khramort in Artsakh. This village of Khramort has become a border post after the 2020 Artsakh war, with Azerbaijani positions[...]

YEREVAN — Inflation, which began to appear in Armenia in 2020, has become a serious problem currently, as a result of which daily the rates of poverty and emigration are increasing. In addition, minor crimes are emerging, reminiscent of[...]