“The most important citizen of Armenia must be the talented young man, talented pupil and talented child”.
From now on a number of schools in Syunik region will have new computers, and pupils will be provided with the opportunity of internet access.
One of the perished soldiers during Artsakh Liberation War was YSU postgraduate student Mher Julhatchyan. On the 28th of November Mher, who comes from Beirut, Lebanon, could celebrate his 40th anniversary of birth.
"Today is the parting with a personality who used to develop Armenian journalistic concept for 50 years and owing to his efforts the scientific idea of our University was moved to another level", -said President of RA Writers Union Levon Ananyan.
YSU International Cooperation Administration has launched the series of round tables discussions on political issues.
When an American journalist asked him "What color do You have?" regarding the party, he took a handful of earth and answered:" This is my color".
Garnik Gourgen Ananyan, NAS RA associate member, Founder-dean of the Faculty of Journalism of YSU, Doctor of Philology, Professor passed away.
"The future of the only existing Armenian fortress town is in our hands", -says writer, publicist, President of "Shushi" foundation Bakur Karapetyan.
"Patriotic wave starts in University, by all means and always in the University".
Two more auditoriums, named after universitarian soldiers, perished during Artsakh Liberation War, were opened today in YSU.