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  • Year-end Appropriations Bill Reaffirms Section 907
    Washington, D.C. – The final version of the Fiscal Year 2021 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations bill includes language requiring an assessment as to who initiated the war against Artsakh, reported the Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly). The bill is included as part of a year-end package that wraps up the Fiscal Year 2021 appropriations process. The […]
  • Armenian Assembly Condemns Today’s Ceasefire Violation in Artsakh
    Washington, D.C. – The Armenian Assembly of America strongly condemns the ceasefire violation today by Azerbaijan’s Armed Forces. President Aliyev’s public humiliation of the U.S., French, Russian, and OSCE Minsk Group representatives, along with his breach of the November 9 ceasefire arrangement and further desecration of Christian Armenian Churches, is further evidence of his and the […]
  • Armenian Assembly Welcomes Communications Director
    Washington, D.C. – The Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) is pleased to welcome community activist and journalist Taleen Babayan as its new Communications Director, effective immediately. “I’m honored to join the Armenian Assembly’s professional team, particularly during this critical time for the Armenian people in the aftermath of the six-week war launched against Artsakh and […]