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Turkish, Armenian NGOs push peace process through 'TANGO diplomacy'

Wednesday, 11 August 2010 10:57  With political efforts to bring about reconciliation between Turkey and Armenia seemingly stymied, nongovernmental organizations are working on diplomatic moves of their own, planning a network to help Turkish and Armenian groups develop joint projects. Read more...  

Poll Finds Minority of Armenians Support Rapprochement with Turkey

Friday, 16 July 2010 14:06

Around one in three Armenians supports rapprochement with Turkey and the possible opening of the border between the two estranged countries, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports, citing a new opinion poll conducted by the Armenian Marketing Association (AMA).

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ERASMUS MUNDUS ESTABLISHES EDUCATIONAL BRIDGE FROM ARMENIA

Friday, 16 July 2010 14:00

The purpose of the Erasmus Mundus program is to exchange graduate students, program coordinator Tanya Papiki told reporters. Saying that the program started in 2007, Tanya Papiki stressed, that the program can become an ‘educational bridge’ for Armenia which recently introduced credit system in education.

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ARMENIAN POLL SHOWS WEAK POPULAR SUPPORT FOR TURKEY TIES

Friday, 16 July 2010 13:50

Only one in three Armenians supports Armenia's fence-mending agreements with Turkey and the possible opening of the border between the two estranged nations, according to an opinion poll released on Monday.

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Issue of peace prioritized, according to surve

Friday, 16 July 2010 13:10

The Armenian Marketing Association NGO has conducted a survey this year in Armenia addressing broad range of issues – from economic problems to Armenia-Turkey relations. 

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Public opinion poll: global economic crisis affected budget of 34% of Armenian families

Friday, 16 July 2010 12:09

PanARMENIAN.Net - 90% of respondents in Armenia were aware of the economic crisis in November 2008. Meanwhile their number increased to 100% in April and November 2009 and again dropped to 96% in June 2010, what is explained by lessening of the information pressure, a report by the Armenian Marketing Association says.

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