From Haykaram Nahapetyan

Haykaram Nahapetyan

Haykaram Nahapetyan
Haykaram Nahapetyan, is the video correspondent for the Armenian Mirror-Spectator. Based in Washington, D.C., he travels frequently around the United States, Armenia, Artsakh and elsewhere.

WASHINGTON – Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) again attempted to bring the Armenian Genocide S. 150 resolution to the Senate floor, seeking unanimous consent for the floor voting. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) supported Menendez in his speech.[...]

WASHINGTON – On November 13, the day Turkish President Recep Erdogan was visiting Washington, D.C. Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) took the Senate floor and requested unanimous consent to bring the Armenian Genocide resolution for a[...]

TOGH/MARTUNI, Artsakh – Food and wine festivals have become traditional in Artsakh. During the last two months, this wonderful Armenian land, known for its hospitality and nice food, organized two festivals. Garen Bagdasarian,[...]

VADUZ, Liechtenstein – With victory slipping through its fingers in Vaduz’s Rheinpark Stadium, Armenia remained on the third horizontal of the group J of the Euro 2020 qualifying games on October 12. The Armenian squad continues to be[...]

YEREVAN — “Map of Salvation,” which Man Pictures Studio produced in 2015, told the story of European missionaries who helped Armenians during the Armenian Genocide. The studio’s new film will expand the story of aid to[...]

CHICAGO, Ill. — Connors Park on North Wabbas Avenue of Chicago, IL, continues to be Armenified. Under the auspices of the Armenian honorary consulate in Chicago, on the initiative of the Business-Armenia group and with the support of our[...]

MOSCOW – Sad news arrived from Russia: sculptor Frid Soghoyan (Sogoyan in Russian) passed away at the end of July. He was born in 1936 in the town of Gyumri (back then Leninakan). As a schoolboy Soghoyan would often miss classes in[...]

WASHINGTON — Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Representative for Freedom of the Media Harlem Désir was on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on July 25, speaking on the fragile state of media freedom within the[...]