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Primate of the Armenian Orthodox Diocese in Egypt, Bishop Ashod Mnatsakanyan, said that he has many visions for the Armenian community in Egypt, and that he aspires to integrate all its members into Egypt’s Armenian family and at the same time preserve their own Armenian identity. In an interview...
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The frist part of this recording is an interview with the Archbishop of the Aremenian Church in Turkey, Mesrob Mutfayan about the state of the church and the Armenian community in Turkey. The second part is a press conference with Natig Aliyev, the Director and President of the State...
Background: This interview is conducted with His Holiness Karekin I, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians. Throughout the interview, he discusses issues regarding the situation and views of Armenians after late incidents in Azerbaijan, in Nagorno Karabakh that witnessed the conflict...
After a long phase of severed diplomatic relations, Turkey and Armenia have signed a treaty that was hailed by the international community and denounced by expatriate Armenians all over the world.
The article reports on the activities of a youth gathering entitled, ‘Creation and Religions as Sources of Unity’ that took place between November 30 and December 2 in Aleppo, Syria.
The article gives a brief overview of the history of Armenians in Egypt, who have been living as minorities for hundreds of years. It also shows some aspects of their social life.
The Armenian community has had a long presence in Egypt which dates back to the early thirteenth century. In an attempt to escape the persecution of the Ottoman Empire, Armenians left their homes in Aleppo and Jerusalem and sought refuge in a number of countries including Egypt. Metropolitan...
An interview with the Armenian Orthodox metropolitan on Christians’ situations in Iran and the Middle East, in addition to other political issues concerning the relations between Iran and other countries.
Overview of a report published in the French magazine Le Figaro on the Christian Arameans living in Kurdish areas, especially in Turkey.
The first Armenian consulate in the Middle East was inaugurated in Egypt in 1996 with the aim of beefing up cultural and social cooperation and encouraging joint ventures in the field of transport, communications and tourism.

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