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  • #11
    Re: Vardenis-Karvajar-Martakert

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    I swear if I was a millionaire I will help built roads......Artsakh is mine, its yours, its ours.
    Thats why you will never be a millionere, me neither.
    They are generally greedy people, with the exeption of few, whom may god bless.
    It hs to be ordinary people ...

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      Re: Vardenis-Karvajar-Martakert

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      I swear if I was a millionaire I will help built roads......Artsakh is mine, its yours, its ours.
      If somebody has an ambition to be a millionaire when he is close to making it probably is thinking about his second million.
      I have no problem people wanting or who have become millionaire.

      On a more serious point creating and implementing such a project requires vision, hard work, expertise, money and sacrifice.
      Not to for get blood to protect it.

      I envy all those who are participating and will participate in these heroic projects.


      PS

      I came across this and want to share. Its about jeewish Philanthropy.

      A visitor to Israel attended a recital and concert at the Moscovitz Auditorium.

      He was quite impressed with the architecture and the acoustics.

      He inquired of the tour guide, “Is this magnificent auditorium named after Chaim Moscovitz, the famous Talmudic scholar?”

      “No,” replied the guide. “It is named after Sam Moscovitz, the writer.”

      “Never heard of him,” said the visitor. “What did he write?”

      “A cheque,” replied the guide.
      Last edited by londontsi; 07-31-2015, 11:21 PM.
      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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      • #13
        Re: Vardenis-Karvajar-Martakert

        Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
        1 մլրդ 200 միլիոն դրամ Վարդենիս-Մարտակերտ ճանապարհին
        Lragir.am
        30 Հուլիսի 2015,



        Վարդենիս-Մարտակերտ մայրուղու երկրորդ փուլի հիմնանորոգման աշխատանքների իրականացման նպատակով ՀՀ կառավարությանը 1 միլիարդ 200 մլն դրամ տրամադրեց ՀՀ տրանսպորտի և կապի նախարարությանը՝ այն «Հայաստան» համահայկական հիմնադրամին փոխանցելու համար: «Արմենպրես»-ի փոխանցմամբ՝ ՀՀ վարչապետ Հովիկ Աբրահամյանը կարևորեց ծրագրի իրականացումը: «Սա շատ կարևոր նախագիծ է, հատկապես կարևոր է ԼեռնայՍ ն Ղարաբաղի անվտանգության համար»,-ասաց վարչապետը:

        Գումարը տրամադրվեց ՀՀ կառավարության պահուստային ֆոնդից: «Հայաստան» համահայկական հիմնադրամի միջոցներով կառուցվող Վարդենիս-Մարտակերտ ավտոճանապարհը նախատեսվում է շահագործման հանձնել մինչև այս տարեվերջ կամ հաջորդ տարվա սկիզբ՝ կախված եղանակային պայմաններից:

        - See more at: http://www.lragir.am/index/arm/0/cou....G5CkelIR.dpuf

        15:51 - 6 / 04 / 2016
        Կառավարության արձագանքը ադրբեջանական ագրեսիային՝ 1 մլրդ դրամ Վարդենիս-Մարտակերտ ճանապարհի կառուցմանը



        Տիգրան Աբրահամյանը ֆեյսբուքի իր էջում գրել է.

        Կառավարությունն այսօր որոշում է ընդունել պահուստային ֆոնդից 1 մլրդ դրամ հատկացնել Հայաստան համահայկական հիմնադրամին՝ ռազմավարական նշանակություն ունեցող Վարդենիս-Մարտակերտ ճանապարհի կառուցման աշխատանքների համար:
        Հայաստանն Արցախին կապող «կյանքի ճանապարհի» նշանակության մասին շատ է խոսվել. ըստ նախատեսվածի, այս տարի այն իր վերջնական ավարտին կհասցվի:
        Այս ճանապարհը ոչ միայն անվտանգության տեսանկյունից կարևոր նշանակություն ունի, այլ ուղղված է նաև Արցախի տնտեսության զարգացմանը, հատկապես Արցախի հյուսիս-արևելյան հատվածում:
        Վերջին օրերին իրադարձությունները շփման գծում «հուշում» են, որ պետք է առավել արագացնել այս մայրուղու կառուցումը:
        Հիշեցնեմ, որ նախորդ տարի ևս կառավարությունը ճանապարհաշինական այս խոշոր պրոյեկտին պարբերաբար գումարներ էր հատկացնում:

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              • #17
                Armenia: The Highway Leads to Karabakh, But the Money Comes from California

                September 6, 2017 - 5:02am, by Matthew Kupfer Armenia: The Highway Leads to Karabakh, But the Money Comes from California
                The 71.5-mile Vartenis-Mardakert highway, a new road connecting Armenia to Nagorno Karabakh, which was inaugurated on September 1. (photo: Hayastan All-Armenia Fund)

                On September 1, Armenian President Serzh Sargysyan and Karabakh leader Bako Sahakyan ceremonially opened a new highway connecting Armenia to the Armenian-controlled territory of Nagorno Karabakh before a delegation of politicians, religious leaders, and diaspora Armenians.

                The 71.5-mile Vartenis-Mardakert highway, inaugurated to mark Karabakh’s 26th year of de facto independence, now connects the breakaway state’s capital, Stepanakert, to Armenia’s eastern Gegharkunik province. The highway will significantly speed travel between the two regions.

                But Vartenis-Mardakert was not merely a local effort. Rather, its financial roots lead all the way back to to Southern California.

                The highway cost nearly $35.5 million dollars. The Armenian and Karabakh governments split 56 percent of the costs. But the remainder came from two telethon pledge drives broadcast from Los Angeles by the Hayastan All-Armenian Foundation to the world Armenian diaspora in 2013 and 2014, the Armenian Weekly reported. The Yerevan-based charitable organization has close ties to the Armenian and Karabakh governments and maintains a network 25 affiliates in the global Armenian diaspora.

                Vartenis-Mardakert comes as the latest diaspora effort to support Nagorno Karabakh, which broke free from neighboring Azerbaijan during a 1988-1994 war. Armenian diaspora investors have helped renovate the war-damaged city of Stepanakert and even tried to introduce the caviar industry to the region. And six American states have passed resolutions supporting Karabakh’s independence. Azerbaijan and most of the rest of the international community consider Karabakh to still be part of Azerbaijan.

                More broadly, a 2016 full-page ad placed in the New York Times called on diaspora Armenians to make “a long-term commitment toward collectively advancing” Armenia.

                But perhaps the starkest diaspora donation is the other highway connecting Armenia and Karabakh.

                Before Vartenis-Mardakert, travellers to the breakaway region had to use a highway through Lachin, a narrow corridor where the borders of Armenia and Karabakh are closest. The new road cuts through a much wider swath of occupied territory, which Armenia has in principle agreed to return to Azerbaijani control.

                The late Armenian-American financier and philanthropist Kirk Kerkorian, likely the diaspora’s largest donor to Armenia, paid for half of the first highway, which was completed in 1998. Until this month, it was Karabakh’s only major road to the outside world.

                Vartenis-Mardakert is not only shorter; it also has a clear strategic significance. During the April 2016 eruption of conflict along the Karabakh-Azerbaijan border, the then-partially completed road allowed soldiers to quickly move between Armenia and the conflict zone, Mkrtich Mkrtchyan, director of the Hayanstan Foundation’s Toronto branch, told News.am.

                The Hayastan Foundation isn’t stopping with Vartenis-Mardakert, Mkrtchyan said. Its future plans include building houses for large families in Karabakh, opening new schools, and repairing hospitals.

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