December 23, 2022

In this auspicious time, as the Genocide continues, let us join our hands in prayer for the Armenian People and Culture.

As 2022 comes to a close, we look back on another Armenian year marked with the eternal struggle for survival in both the Humanitarian and Cultural sense. As you read these lines, though a giant Christmas tree and season’s decorations light up Republic Square and Northern Avenue in Yerevan, 120,000 people, including over 30,000 children, face the prospect of starvation and depravation in an Artsakh blockaded by the Azerbaijani dictatorship.
Our thoughts and prayers are with them, our cries go out to an impervious international community. Two years after our Sewing Hope for Armenia Centre welcomed the first ladies from Artsakh, instead of them being able to return home, more of their sisters see their lives turned upside down – their only crime being that they are Armenian.


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