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Azg Daily
"Azg" daily was founded in 1991 and was issued three times per week. Since 1992, the daily newspaper. It's the first independent newspaper. The first is the "nation" is printed on the new computer. 1999 "Azg" has internet service, which is updated every day. The newspaper's online version is published in 6 languages: Armenian, Russian, English, Turkish, Arabic and Persian. It is read by more than 70 countries, 4000 -4500 average every day people around the world. The "nation" has 3 thousand copies. The news in 1998 was re-registered as an LLC, has 5 shareholders.

It cooperates with YSU Faculty of Journalism.

General editor: Hakob Avetikyan

Address: Yerevan, Republic str. 47
Tel: (+374 60) 27-11-14, (+374 60) 27-11-17, (+374 60) 27-11-13
E-mail: azg2@arminco.com, azg@azg.am
Website: www.azg.am
Announcements
"PROMOTING YOUTH INCLUSION THROUGH EMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION" PARTICIPANTS TELL  US ABOUT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAM
"PROMOTING YOUTH INCLUSION THROUGH EMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION" PARTICIPANTS TELL US ABOUT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAM
YSU Alumni and Career Center together with "Mandate of the Future" youth NGO with the support of the Council of Europe European Youth Foundation implemented a program entitled "Promoting Youth Inclusion through Employment and Participation", the effectiveness of which is shared by participants Ani Hakobyan and Arman Margaryan.
SALE FOR GROWTH. "STAMINA" COMPANY AT YSU
SALE FOR GROWTH. "STAMINA" COMPANY AT YSU
An information meeting on the grant competition for training sales specialists in the field of services announced by "Stamina" company took place today in YSU Charents Hall.
THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" TOOK PLACE
THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" TOOK PLACE
The closing ceremony of the program entitled "Career Development of Diaspora Youth and Integration in the Labor Market" took place today at YSU Hall after Palyan, which is carried out jointly with YSU Alumni Career Center and "Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation".