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.

YEREVAN — Hostile Azerbaijan started the new year with openly aggressive actions and terrorist acts against peaceful settlements. The most recent incident took place in Verin Shorzha of Armenia’s Gegharkunik Province, where the[...]

YEREVAN — The new book by Turkologist and journalist Sofia Hakobyan, titled  Dzayn Hadruti , was published by the Gevorg Virats Publishing House recently. It comprises the memories and experiences of the Armenians of the Hadrut region,[...]

YEREVAN — On December 17 at about 17:00 Yerevan time, another incident took place at the line of contact between Armenian and Azerbaijani troops, which ended in an intense shootout. There were no casualties among the Armenians. According[...]

YEREVAN – The village of Shurnukh in the enlarged Goris community of Syunik Province in the Republic of Armenia was divided after the 44-day war into Armenian and Azerbaijani parts, while the Goris-Kapan road became semi-blocked after[...]

YEREVAN — The United Vardenis alliance of political parties on December 15 appealed the results of the recount of votes in the recent enlarged Vardenis community elections, as a result of which the December 18 session of the council of[...]

YEREVAN — Discussions about border demarcation are becoming increasingly heated in Armenia. According to some experts, the demarcation may turn very unfavorable for Armenia if the latest Soviet-era maps are used. Tavush Province, for[...]

YEREVAN — Inflation in Armenia continues to accelerate. The 12-month rate of inflation in the country was 9.6 percent, according to a report published by the Statistical Committee of the Armenian government. In the last quarter, all[...]

YEREVAN — The forthcoming winter for a number of villages of Syunik and Gegharkunik provinces of Armenia promises to be a difficult one due to the sudden losses of land and placement of Azerbaijani military posts in their proximity in[...]

YEREVAN — The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia held a press conference on November 29 to raise awareness concerning COVID and other respiratory viruses.  At the conference, the officials warned that a high rate of acute[...]

YEREVAN – Azerbaijan aggression is causing a crisis in Davit Bek Village of Syunik. Mayor Beniamin Poghosyan reports that after the placement of Azerbaijani customs posts, communications with Goris, the largest nearby town, have become[...]

YEREVAN — Last week saw an escalating set of Azerbaijani military attacks on Armenia. Below are interviews with local authorities, including political leaders, local villagers and journalists in Armenia.   November 14 At the start of[...]