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Cultural Educational and Youth Center Opens in the City of Rustavi PDF Print E-mail
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The third- and fourth- generation of Armenians that have settled in Rustavi since the 1940s, although have preserved their identity, are able to speak Armenian, and have remained loyal to the Armenian Church, they have always felt the need of Armenian upbringing, the need of the liturgies of the Armenian Holy Church, and the lack of history and national culture knowledge. There is no prayer house in Rustavi, which would give Armenians an opportunity to speak with God, there has never been an Armenian school, where Armenian child would learn Armenian alphabet, there is no institution, where Armenians would share joy and raise issues in Armenian. Although several attempts have been made to achieve this, but the steps made were unsteady, had no continuity and the efforts were stopped after a short time.

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A Day in Honor of Aghayan’s Legacy Celebrated in Bolnis-Khachen PDF Print E-mail
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On May 13, 2017, a traditional day in honor of Aghayan’s legacy was celebrated in the Bolnis-Khachen village, Bolnisi region. On the initiative of the “Vernatun” Armenian Writers’ Union of Georgia and with the support of Bolnis-Khachen Compatriotic Union, for over twenty years successively, in the village of Bolnis-Khachen, in the writer’s birthplace, people have gathered to solemnly commemorate the great Armenian teacher, famous writer and public figure, Ghazaros Aghayan.

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