Blog: Armenia

War Increases Refugee Population

Spitak, Armenia

 

The intense war in Nagorno-Karabagh continued for six weeks. The Armenian army and the whole nation fought against international terrorism. Neighbouring countries brought thousands of terrorists to fight against Armenian soldiers. We are relieved that the war in Armenia is over for now. 

 

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Wartime Causes Great Sorrow and Needs

Spitak, Armenia

 

Dear Friends, 

 

On September 27, the Azerbaijani army, with the support of the Turkish government, attacked Nagorno Karabagh, as we now call the territory Artsakh. The Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh immediately declared martial law and a full-scale mobilization. 

 

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Travels to Teach and Train!

Spitak, Armenia

 

Recently, Tamara and Sam were preparing for a trip to Europe. For Armenian citizens, it is a long process to apply for EU Schengen and UK visas. They spent a whole month preparing all the necessary documents! Finally, they received all three visas for the UK but the approval process with the embassy for Switzerland took a long time. The embassy working for EU countries gave them visas in one day. The ambassador, himself, showed them favour.
 

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Villagers Commune to Solve Spitak Problems

Spitak, Armenia

 

We had a great opportunity to take people from Spitak to the Tufenkian hotel for a two-day Transformational Community Development (TCD)  training, including a parenting course. The proprietor heard about the TCD work in Spitak and he kindly donated gift certificates to all who attended the training to stay at the hotel.

 

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