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MFA Statement

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3 years ago on this day, Azerbaijan unleashed large-scale military operation against the indigenous people of Nagorno-Karabakh, living in their homeland, targeting the civilian population and committing mass war crimes.
These destructive actions were part of Azerbaijan’s planned policy of subjecting Nagorno-Karabakh to ethnic cleansing.
Despite numerous calls and efforts to resolve current regional issues exclusively through political and diplomatic means, Azerbaijan continued its practice of use of force or threat of force, avoiding constructive dialogue on the rights and security of the people of Nagorno-Karabakh under an international mechanism.
During the past three years the people of Nagorno-Karabakh endured inhumane difficulties being constantly subjected to military attacks, intimidation, a 10-month-long blockade and starvation.
The absence of condemnation of the use of force and strong response from the international community three years ago, the ineffectiveness of the security guarantees created after the 44-day war of 2020 and the absence of international access to Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan’s actions and policy of Armenophobia were not only continued but also reached their new manifestation – forcible displacement, ethnic cleansing of a major part of the people of Nagorno-Karabakh following the military attack unleashed by Azerbaijan on September 19.
Today the Republic of Armenia commemorates all our compatriots who died in the 44-day war in 2020 and in the following period. Today we emphasise the imperative of condemning the use of force and preventing another atrocity crime in the region.

Article: Lala Hayrapetyan, Tatevik Muradyan (2022-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000080624)

 

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Sculpting workshop Launched

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The Armenian Cultural Fund of Hungary is organizing free sculpting workshop starting from January 20, 2024. Individuals aged 11 years and older can participate in the classes. During the sessions, participants will learn to work with clay, explore the history of sculpture, and delve into the works of Armenian sculptors. For more information, please contact us via WhatsApp at +37498850433 or +36702049191. The classes will be held at the following address: Bp. V. Semmelweis utca 17

 

Article: Grigor Muradyan Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

Photos posted: Syuzanna Hakobyan Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

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National Minority Awards in Hungary

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The award is bestowed upon individuals and organizations that engage in exemplary activities benefiting national minorities in Hungary across various domains, including national society, education, culture, church, science, mass media, and economic self-organization.

The award ceremony occurred on December 14, 2023, at the Bulgarian Cultural Center. This year, the prize for national minorities was conferred upon 11 individuals and three organizations. Hamlet Nazaryan was honored with the award designated for the Armenian national minority, recognizing his decades of dedicated and tireless community work that has significantly contributed to the creation of value.

Deputy Prime Minister for Church and Inter-ethnic Relations Jolt Schemien and Secretary General Miklós Soltes presented the awards on behalf of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

 

Article: Grigor Muradyan

Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

Photos posted: Syuzanna Hakobyan

Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

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New Year event for children

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On December 9, with the support of the Armenian Cultural Fund of Hungary, the Armenian Cultural Center hosted a New Year’s event for children, featuring a joyful Christmas performance where Santa distributed gifts.

 

 

 

Article: Grigor Muradyan Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

Photos: Syuzanna Hakobyan Project code: 2023-1-HU01-ESC51-VTJ-000146422

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