AGBU Armenia continues its positive effect on Armenian life through Bridge4CSO, which supports organizations that work on the ground to help Armenians in need. We recently got an assist from current Miss Armenia , Arena Zeynalian, who is lobbying for clean and accessible drinking water in Movses Village in Tavush. #Bridge4CSO AGBU Armenia Arena Zeynalian ... See MoreSee Less
Real Madrid is one of the most successful and famous sports clubs in the world… and one of their former coaches will be heading to Armenia to coach our national team! Give a big ‘Bari galoust’ and ‘Bienvenidos’ to Javier Miñano.
Pick up a copy of the latest Etudes Armeniennes, the official publication of our Bibliothèque Nubar (UGAB France). This latest edition covers the period of Hamidian Massacres, with many informative and interesting essays and papers inside. bit.ly/2JSrZhT... See MoreSee Less
One of Artsakh’s main forms of industry is agriculture, but its farmers remain in need of crucial support. Donate to the AGBU Fund for Artsakh, so we can continue our ‘Fields of Hope’ initiative, that provides independent farmers with loans for seeds and free access to farming equipment! www.agbugiving.org/artsakh... See MoreSee Less
Florence, Italy may not be the most Armenian-sounding places, but renowned Armenian sculptor Vigen Avetis has nevertheless made it his home for over twenty years. Avetis was featured on the United Nations official blog, in an article about his work as well as his attachment to Armenia, despite living abroad. un.am/en/news/783... See MoreSee Less
For much of recent history, the name Novak Djokovic was up there with Federer and Nadal in men’s tennis. Which makes it all the more impressive that he was unseated by none other than Russian Armenian tennis rising star Karen Khachanov! Karen beat Djokovic at the Rolex Masters in Paris.