Tag: Tavush

June 7, 2024

Ep. 287: The Week in Review (07.06.24)

In EVN Report’s news roundup for the week of June 7: Seven people are injured following an explosion at a gas station in Armenia; repair and relief efforts continue in the regions of Lori and Tavush following devastating floods; Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev continues to insist that Armenia amend its Constitution.

December 11, 2023

ՁայնաՊատում. Վառվռուն աչքերով և հպարտ բնավորությամբ Հայկը

Ո՞րն էր Հայկ նահապետի «հաջողության գաղտնիքը», ինչպե՞ս է դա արտահայտվում ու ինչպիսի՞ն պետք է լիներ ժամանակի հեռահար զենքը՝ նետուաղեղը, բացահայտում է ՁայնաՊատումը, որտեղ հեղինակ Վահրամ Մարտիրոսյանն առավել մանրամասն է ներկայացնում իրավիճակն ու ավելի շատ փակագծեր բացում, քան հոդվածում։

March 10, 2021
Tavush: Synergy and Harmony in Development

Tavush: Synergy and Harmony in Development

Inga Harutyunyan is the founder and executive director of Pahapan Development Foundation that implements sustainable projects in borderline regions, primarily in Tavush, to ensure economic prosperity, welfare and safety. She spoke about a number of their projects, including building playground shelters for children. Harutyunyan is also the advisor to the Governor of Tavush and explained how their model of coordinating development aid to mitigate overlaps and duplication has led to more efficient delivery of services.

July 15, 2020

Updates From the Armenia-Azerbaijan State Border: Relative Calm

After three days of intensive fighting, the situation at the Armenian-Azerbaijani state border has been relatively calm; medals posthumously awarded to four fallen Armenian servicemen; Su-30SM fighter jets to be on permanent duty to ensure Armenia’s air space is inviolable; injured soldiers and families of killed soldiers to receive compensation and more.

July 14, 2020

Updates from the Armenia-Azerbaijan State Border

In a third day of deadly fighting along the Armenia-Azerbaijan international border, four Armenian soldiers are killed; a number of border villages continue to sustain Azerbaijani fire; cyberattack targets Armenian government and media websites; Armenian Air Defense Units shoot down an Azerbaijani drone and more.

July 8, 2020

The Resilience of Tavush

Bishop Bagrat Galstanyan, the Primate of the Diocese of Tavush speaks about the strength, patriotism and resilience of the people living in the border villages and towns along the Armenia-Azerbaijan state border. He says the imperative is to develop and strengthen infrastructure and institutions in Tavush and it is the responsibility of the Armenian nation to support them through investments and not only charity.

October 9, 2018
Հայելու երկու կողմից

The Two Sides of the Mirror

In this first analytical piece for EVN Report, Yerevan-based psychiatrist Aram Hovsepyan writes about the struggles of people with mental health issues and their caregivers based on field research from his recent visit to the border communities in the Tavush region of Armenia.

April 1, 2017
War Crimes in Spring

War Crimes in Spring

There has been a pattern of Azerbaijani war crimes committed since the end of the Karabakh War in 1994. The Four Day War last April was no exception. EVN Report presents a detailed account of Azerbaijani war crimes in Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh).

March 15, 2017

Arshaluys: A New Dawn in Berd

Why is Arshaluys Amsih, originally from Lebanon, spending two years in the border town of Berd? She is one of the growing numbers of Teach for Armenia Fellows teaching disadvantaged children in Armenia’s underserved regional schools.