Topic: Dadivank

STEPANAKERT (PanARMENIAN.Net) — More than 100 pilgrims from Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), accompanied by Russian peacekeepers, visited the Armenian monasteries of Amaras and Dadivank in the past two, the Russian Defense Ministry reported[...]

STEPANAKERT (Armenpress) — Azerbaijani authorities have barred a group of Armenian Christian pilgrims from entering the Dadivank monastery, demanding that from now on they should receive a manifest listing the identities of pilgrims[...]

MOSCOW/YEREVAN — Lawyer, public figure Gayane Georgyan, was born in Tbilisi and raised in Russia. She is the director of the branch for the CIS and EAEU countries of the Helsinki International Commercial Arbitration. Since 2018, she has[...]

STEPANKERT (PanArmenian.net) — A couple wed in late December in the medieval Armenian monastery of Dadivank in Nagorno-Karabakh over the weekend, in the first ceremony since the church remained in territories that came under the control[...]

After 44 days of intensive warfare, exacting tremendous human as well as territorial losses, finally a tenuous peace has been restored in Armenia and Karabakh. Peacetime recovery for Armenia is as perilous as the war had been. There is a[...]

BAKU (Azernews, Turan, multiple sources) – According to a report from the Azerbaijani Trend News Agency, a new priest has been sent to Dadivank Monastery, which Azerbaijanis are calling Khudavang or Khudavend, and he visited there on[...]

STEPANAKERT – “The biggest loss of the last war was our people, our boys who died defending the motherland,” said Davit Babayan, the former press secretary of the president of Artsakh and the chairman of the Conservative[...]