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Armenia Wine: 10 years of staying close to consumers (Video)

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The Armenia Wine Company has been staying close to consumers for 10 years already shaping together with them new realities of wine drinking, maturing the centuries-old Armenian winemaking culture and creating new values.

21st Century Model Wineyards and Modern Winemaking Technology

The Armenia Wine Company began back in 2006, when it planted its first own vineyards in the Armavir province. Just 4 years later – in 2010- the company presented its products to the Armenian consumers.

As a company prioritizing the health of consumers and its employees, as well as environment protection, Armenia Wine began to develop organic agriculture in the country. Having planted first organic vineyards in 2017, in 2020 the company has enlarged their total area to 82 hectares.

Armenia Wine’s wines are produced from Armenian and European grape varieties purchased in four regions of the country, while grape varieties grown in its ow

Pashinyan and Harutyunyan Chair Joint meeting of Armenia and Artsakh Security Councils

YEREVAN — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan accused Azerbaijan on Friday of hampering a compromise solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with “maximalist” demands and territorial claims to Armenia.

Pashinyan launched scathing attacks on Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev as he chaired a meeting of Armenia’s and Karabakh’s Security Councils. He complained that Aliyev has never reciprocated his repeated calls for an Armenian-Azerbaijani peace deal that would satisfy all parties to the conflict.

“It is obvious that with such [Azerbaijani] approaches we cannot anticipate real progress in the negotiation process, especially given that they are accompanied by war threats or territorial and direct or indirect historical claims to the Armenian people,” said Pashinyan.

Aliyev, he said, realizes that Baku’s attempts to end the conflict by force would provoke a “more than adequate response” from the Armenian military.

“For more than 15 years [

Azerbaijan continues violations of a number of rights of the Armenian refugees, Artsakh …

Artsakh Ombudsman Artak Beglaryan issued a statement on June 20 on the International Refugee Day.The statement runs as follows:Due to the Azerbaijani policy of ethnic cleansing (genocidal actions) since 1988, and the 1991-1994 Azerbaijani-Karabakh war, hundreds of thousands of Armenians (according to some expert estimates, almost 500,000) have become refugees or internally displaced persons. They were subjected to massacres, repression, homelessness, expropriation and other deprivations solely due to ethnic origin.Most of them were initially staying in the Republic of Artsakh or Armenia, but during the war some of them were repeatedly targeted by Azerbaijan,

We should do the best to make Artsakh a powerful state, Armenian president says

Armenian president Armen Sarkissian has met with My Step MP Tatevik Hayrapetyan and political scientist Edgar Elbakyan, president’s press service reported.As Sarkissian noted: “We should do the best to make Artsakh a powerful state.”According to him, Artsakh has pretty enough resources for a significant increase in human capital, and further development. Thus, practical steps should be taken in this regard.As the president noted, Artsakh has every opportunity to actively engage in food production as well. Highlighting the importance of the economy, demography, and food security, Sarkissian touched upon the availability of a nati

Armenia parliament speaker slams MEPs' biased statement

Armenia parliament speaker slams MEPs' biased statement

June 20, 2020 – 14:22 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Armenian parliament speaker Ararat Mirzoyan has sent a letter to the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, after a pro-Azerbaijani statement was issued by three delegates of the European Parliament.

In the statement released earlier in June, Members of European Parliament Marina Kaljurand, Traian Băsescu and Željana Zovko declared that they “very much deplore” the construction of a third highway connecting Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh. The new road infrastructure is set to connect Kapan, in Armenia, with Hadrut, in Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsak

Hraparak: Current situation in Armenia 'stems from government's crucial mistakes,' says former …

Hraparak Daily has interviewed Artur Vanetsyan, the former director of the National Security Service (NSS), over the epidemiological situation in Armenia and the domestic political developments.

Below is an excerpt from the interview:

Mr. Vanetsyan, the prime minister asked one question to himself – and the Armenian society – as he announced the daily number of the [coronavirus] infections [665 new cases]: ‘What are we doing wrong?’ What is your opinion on that? What do you think we are doing wrong at the moment?

Given that the problem concerns our people – every family in essence – I will try to answer that question point by point.

1. First, it would be more correct to ask what have we done – r

Orange County Community Hosts Online ANCA Town Hall on Artsakh Security

ARF Orange County 'Armen Karo' Chapter Chair Garo Kiledjian discussing Artsakh security and the flawed Madrid Principles with ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian in a Facebook Live Presentation hosted by the Orange County, California community organizations.

ARF Orange County ‘Armen Karo’ Chapter Chair Garo Kiledjian discussing Artsakh security and the flawed Madrid Principles with ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian in a Facebook Live Presentation hosted by the Orange County, California community organizations.

SANTA ANA, Calif.—A wide array of Orange County community organizations joined forces recently with the Armenian National Committee of America in hostin

Armenia PM: Use of force won't go unanswered, and there will always be more than adequate …

The unified security system of Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) is more than ready to protect the security of the Armenian people in every sector of our homeland. This is what Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan stated during a joint session of the Security Councils of Armenia and Artsakh in Yerevan.“The use of force won’t go unanswered, and there will always be a more than adequate response to use of force at the levels of the military and politics.President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev also understands this, and, in essence, he has put himself in a deadlock. For over 15 years, he has been promising his people to solve the Karabakh issue through the military and has spent billi

Canada Agrees To Sell Military Drone Equipment To Turkey Despite Arms Embargo


  • Canada banned arms sales to Turkey last October  after its military incursions into northern Syria
  • Canada removed a similar arms embargo against Saudi Arabia
  • Turkey is the third largest buyer of Canadian military goods

The Canadian government has approved the sale of sophisticated military drone optics to Turkey despite an ongoing arms embargo against Ankara arising from its military incursions into northern Syria last October.

Turkey’s principal drone suppliers, Bayraktar Tactical UAS and TAI Anka, use electro-optical and infrared cameras ma

Armenia's Central Bank chief meets with President of Artsakh

YEREVAN, JUNE 19, ARMENPRESS. President of the Central Bank of Armenia Martin Galstyan met today with President of the Republic of Artsakh Arayik Harutyunyan, the CBA told Armenpress.A number of issues of mutual interest were discussed at the meeting.The meeting specifically touched upon the role of commercial banks and other financial companies to the development of Artsakh’s economy.The sides highlighted the ongoing programs aimed at developing the partnership in the financial-banking sector. Editing and Translating by Aneta HarutyunyanRead original article here.