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    “Arménie, my friend” of September 21, 2006 to July 14, 2007

    YEAR OF THE ARMENIE






    The first description of the program
    Thursday June 29, 2006, Stéphane/armenews


    The Year of Arménie, entitled Arménie, my friend, will proceed September 2006 at July 2007.

    By his setting-up, the President of the French Republic and the President of the Armenian Republic wished a deepening and a setting in light of the secular friendly relations which our two countries maintain.


    Description of the program
    Arménie, my friend will be the occasion to better know the singular destiny of people which have more than 3.000 years of history and that of a young Republic which will celebrate its fifteen years of independence. This Year will give an account of a civilization which opened out between Orient and Occident and will celebrate the dynamism and the contribution of the Armenian diasporas to arts and the culture throughout the world.

    Arménie is a country of deep culture: the matter of this Year is thus to emphasize the treasures which it knew to give to the world and its capacity to preserve a high cultural level by encouraging the practice of all the artistic disciplines.

    This year will begin on September 21, 2006, date birthday of the independence of the Republic of Arménie, and will be prolonged until July 2007.

    Arménie, my friend is announced thus rich in events both in Paris and in areas: Louvre will present khatchkars and invaluable liturgical objects, Old Charity in Marseilles and the national Library of France of rich person collections of manuscripts, the Museum of Orsay and the Institute of the Arab World should propose new patrimonial photographic funds, the Museum of the Navy will pay homage to the large marinist Aïvazovsky and the Pompidou Center to Arshile Gorky… The Philharmonic Orchestra of Erevan will achieve a round in France, and will accompany Charles Aznavour with the Garnier Opera. The cinema, art in which the Armenians excel, will constitute a strong shutter, with Paradjanov, Verneuil, Guédiguian, or Egoyan. Finally the Armenian talents of today, the Republic or the diaspora, will be put at the honor.

    In parallel of the events organized in France, the autumn 2006 will be the occasion of a French Festival in Arménie, which will come to reinforce as much relations between our two countries. It will begin at the end of September with official launching from the Year, and will continue until November 2006.

    If you are carrying a project and that you wish that it obtain the label of the Year of Arménie, we ask you to be so kind as to download the card of request for certification and to return it to us imperatively before June 30, 2006.

    Nelly Tardivier, Viguen Sarksyan

    General police chiefs of the Year of Arménie

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    Traditional Reception In Memory Of Armenian Genocide Victims To Be Held In Paris City

    TRADITIONAL RECEPTION IN MEMORY OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE VICTIMS TO BE HELD IN PARIS CITY ADMINISTRATION

    A traditional reception in the memory of the Armenian genocide victims will be held in Paris city administration on 28 April. The press service of the RA foreign ministry reported that 1500 French Armenians are invited to the reception.
    Speeches of Armenian Ambassador to France Eduard Nalbandyan and Mayor of Paris Bertrand Delano are to be delivered during the reception.
    Activities in the memory of the Armenian genocide victims were held throughout France.
    In particular, the Holy Liturgy was served in Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. Mournful liturgies in the memory of the genocide's innocent victims were held in 40 French churches. R.O. --0--

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    Memorial To Victims Of Armenian Genocide Opened In Marseilles

    YEREVAN, April 25. /ARKA/. A memorial to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire in 1915 has been unveiled in Marseilles, France. Attending the ceremony were Speaker of the RA Parliament Artur Baghdasaryan and RA Ambassador to France Eduard Nalbandyan.
    A monument to the victims of the Armenian Genocide was also unveiled in Lyons on April 24. The ceremony was attended by Mayor of Lyons, Senator Gerar Colomb and RA Ambassador to France Eduard Nalbandyan.
    In his speech, the RA Ambassador pointed out that the recognition of the Armenian Genocide by France and existence of 50 monuments to the victims throughout the country are perceived as manifestation of solidarity by the Armenian people.
    The Armenian Genocide, first genocide of the 20th century, was organized and committed by the Government of Young Turks in the Ottoman Empire in 1915. Over 1.5mln Armenians were slaughtered. The Armenian Genocide has been officially recognized by many countries. P.T. -0--

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    About 160 Events Organized in France to Commemorate Armenian Genocide Victims

    25.04.2006 20:33 GMT+04:00
    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ Events marking the 91st anniversary of the Armenian Genocide began in Paris April 23. On that day a requiem mass was served at Notre Dame de Paris. The same evening at 6:00 p.m. part of Champs-Elysées Avenue was partially blocked. Hundreds of French Armenians with flags and flowers walked to the Trumphal Arch in silence. There Armenian Ambassador to France and Jacques Chirac's special representative, military commandant of Elysée Palace laid a wreath to the grave of the Unknown Soldier next to the eternal fire.

    April 24 bells of some 40 Armenian churches tolled in different French cities, marking the beginning of mourning liturgies in the memory of victims of the Armenian Genocide. Requiem mass was held in St. Hovhannes Armenian Cathedral. Wreaths were laid to the monument to Komitas. Rally participants then walked to the Turkish embassy in silence.

    April 24 Armenian NA Speaker Artur Baghdassaryan and Ambassador to France Eduard Nalbandyan participated in the ceremony of opening an Armenian Genocide Memorial. State and political figures, thousands of Armenians were present at the ceremony.

    The same day the Armenian Ambassador and Lyon Mayor, MP Jacques Colomb partook in the opening of an Armenian Genocide monument in the city central square. Addressing those gathered Nalbandyan remarked some 50 Genocide monuments in France evidence not only recognition, but also solidarity with Armenians.

    April 23-24 some 160 events commemorating the victims of the Armenian Genocide were held in 60 French towns: Grenoble, Toulon, Valence, Montpellier, Cannes and others. The topic of the Armenian Genocide was widely covered by French media and TV. Various French TV channels showed films on the Armenian Genocide.
    ! Reproduction in full or in part is prohibited without reference to «PanARMENIAN.Net».

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    Memorial Complex To Armenian Genocide Victims To Open In Marseilles On April 24

    Noyan Tapan
    Armenians Today
    Mar 30 2006

    YEREVAN, MARCH 30, NOYAN TAPAN - ARMENIANS TODAY. Opening of a memorial
    complex dedicated to the memory of the Armenian Genocide victims
    will take place at the Bomon distict of the city of Marseilles on
    April 24. Gilbert Kerkerian, the Deputy Mayor of Marseilles informed
    about this at the March 29 meeting with the Armenia-France Friendship
    Deputies' Groups. It was mentioned that the French Government which
    allocated one million evros, implements building of the memorial
    complex, and the author of the idea draft is the Marseilles-Armenia
    Association. The Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex became a source of
    inspiration for building the memorial complex: it will be engraved
    in French and Armenia on the monument: "In the memory of 1 mln
    500 thousand Armenian became victims of the first genocide of the
    20th century conducted by the Turkish government in 1915." Petros
    Mashughian, a member of the Marseilles-Armenia Association mentioned
    that four flags will be placed in front of the memorial complex:
    France, Armenia, the European Union and the city of Marseilles. It
    was also mentioned that the assistance shown by Jean-Claude Gaudin,
    the Marseill es Mayor, the First Deputy Chairman of the Senate is
    great in building the memorial complex. Mher Shahgeldian, the head
    of the Armenia-France Friendship Deputies' Group appreciated the
    Armenian-French friendship, considering opening of the memorial
    complex symbolical, as the Year of Armenia is marked in France this
    year. He also attached importance to the contribution of the Armenian
    community in Marseilles and the Marseilles-Armenia Association in the
    issue of building the memorial complex . As Noyan Tapan was informed
    by the RA NA Public Relations' Department, other issues relating to
    the Armenian-French ties and of bilateral interest were discussed at
    the meeting.

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    France : Demonstrations Against Commemorations

    FRANCE : DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST COMMEMORATIONS IN FAVOUR OF TALAAT IN BERLIN b_kasparian



    WEDNESDAY MARCH 15TH 2006 AT 6.30 PM :

    DEMONSTRATIONS IN PARIS, MARSEILLES AND THE FRENCH CITY OF VALENCE
    IN FRONT OF THE GERMAN EMBASSY AND CONSULATES

    AGAINST THE COMMEMORATIONS THAT WILL TAKE PLACE IN BERLIN FROM MARCH
    15TH TO MARCH 19TH 2006 AND PAY TRIBUTE TO TALAAT PACHA

    GERMANY MUST PREVENT THESE SHAMEFUL COMMEMORATIONS !!!

    http://www.armenews.com/article.php3?id_article=21211


    DO THE SAME IN YEREVAN, WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO,
    MIAMI, LONDON, MANCHESTER, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, ATHENS, MOSCOW, BEIRUT,
    NICOSIA, DAMAS, TEHRAN, JERUSALEM, KIEV, MINSK, VILNIUS, SOFIA,
    VIENNA, PRAGUE, CAIRO, AMMAN, WARSAW, BUDAPEST, STOCKHOLM, MONTREAL,
    TORONTO, VANCOUVER...etc !!!
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    started a topic Scheduled Events in France

    Scheduled Events in France

    Scheduled Events in France

    date to be announced: March in commemoration of the Armenian Genocide on Champs-Elize towards the Arc de Triomphe

    date to be announced: Reception at Paris’ city hall held in memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide

    date to be announced: Placing of the wreath ceremony held in Paris at the Komitas monument, after which there will be a silent march towards the Turkish Embassy

    date to be announced: Ceremony to be held at Paris’ Notre Dame Temple in memory of the 1915 martyrs

    date to be announced: Memorial Service throughout all of the Armenian churches in France
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