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  • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
    ՌԴ պետդումայի նախագահն առաջարկում է Հայաստանում ռուսերենը պետական լեզու դարձնել


    ՌԴ ԴԺ Պետական դումայի նախագահ Վյաչեսլավ Վոլոդինը Հայաստանի իշխանություններին առաջարկել է ռուսերեն լեզվին օրենսդրությամբ պաշտոնական կարգավիճակ տալ, որպեսզի ՀՀ ազգային վարորդական իրավունքի վկայականները Ռուսաստանի տարածքում ճանաչվեն: Այս մասին գրում է ՏԱՍՍ-ը։

    Ռուսական լրատվամիջոցը հիշեցնում է, որ 2017 թ-ի հունիսի 1-ից ՌԴ-ում ուժի մեջ է մտել օրենք, որն արգելում է օտարերկրյա վարորդական իրավունք ունեցողներին աշխատել ՌԴ-ի տարածքում: Հայկական վարորդական իրավունքների ճանաչման հարցը ՌԴ-ում բարձրացրել է ԱԺ նախագահ Արա Բաբլոյանը, ինչին ի պատասխան՝ Վոլոդինն ասել է. Ես կարող եմ մի բան ասել, ամրագրեք ռուսերենը որպես պաշտոնական լեզու և այդ ժամանակ օրենքի նորմը ավտոմատ կերպով կտարածվի նաեւ Հայաստանի Հանրապետության վրա:

    Կայքը հավելում է, որ ի տարբերություն Հայատաստանի՝ ԵՏՄ անդամ Ղազախստանի վարորդանական իրավունքները ՌԴ-ում ճանաչվում են, քանի որ իրենց մոտ ռուսերենն ամրագրված է որպես պաշտոնական լեզու:

    Հիշեցնենք, որ ՀՀ ԱԺ նախագահ Արա Բաբլոյանն այսօր պաշտոնական այցով մեկնել է Ռուսաստանի Դաշնություն (Մոսկվա), որտեղ հանդիպումներ պետք է ունենար ՌԴ ԴԺ Պետական դումայի նախագահ Վյաչեսլավ Վոլոդինի, ՌԴ ԴԺ Դաշնության խորհրդի նախագահ Վալենտինա Մատվիենկոյի եւ Մոսկվայի եւ Համայն Ռուսիո Պատրիարք Նորին Սրբություն Կիրիլի հետ:

    http://www.yerkir.am/news/view/133438.html
    Armenia has no plans to provide the Russian language with an official status: Ashotyan

    Head of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Armen Ashotyan stated that there is no issue on the agenda of Yerevan on granting the Russian language an official status in the country, "Interfax" reports.
    "In our agenda there is not and is not supposed a question of giving the Russian language the status of an official, consolidating in the constitution," he said.
    According to him, the meeting with State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin was very open, "in the format of partner discussions."
    "We consider the Russian language as a language of universal significance, a key to the heritage of Russian civilization," Ashotyan said.

    http://voskanapat.info/?p=24351&l=ru

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    • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post

      Armenia has no plans to provide the Russian language with an official status: Ashotyan

      Head of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Armen Ashotyan stated that there is no issue on the agenda of Yerevan on granting the Russian language an official status in the country, "Interfax" reports.
      "In our agenda there is not and is not supposed a question of giving the Russian language the status of an official, consolidating in the constitution," he said.
      According to him, the meeting with State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin was very open, "in the format of partner discussions."
      "We consider the Russian language as a language of universal significance, a key to the heritage of Russian civilization," Ashotyan said.

      http://voskanapat.info/?p=24351&l=ru
      Russian civilization and heritage??? Lmao. What a dog.

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      • Everyone else enjoying the Attack on Armenia from Russian media? TASS, Pravda, and Sputnik all slamming us really hard. Must be that "Russian civilization" and "brotherhood" a lot of Armenians love.

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