Happy New Year and Merry Christmas to all Armenians around the world

I would cordially like to wish a Happy New Year and Merry Christmas to all Armenians around the world. May 2011 be a year of peace, prosperity and progress, as well as a year of great achievements and inviolable unity for Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora.

I would cordially like to wish a Happy New Year and Merry Christmas to all Armenians around the world. May 2011 be a year of peace, prosperity and progress, as well as a year of great achievements and inviolable unity for Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora.

May your tables be plentiful and your hearths be warm; may the sweet sounds of the Armenian language be heard; may each of your family trees grow and give fruit and may the home of each Armenian become a small homeland and a powerful citadel for preservation of the Armenian identity. Our collective covenant against the flow of globalization, which is making everything monotonous, will be in the Homeland if we combine our strengths; preserve our unique language, type and spirit, culture and faith and if each of us makes a small contribution to the most important issues of national concern, including recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, the resolution of the Artsakh conflict and the strengthening of Armenian statehood.

I am certain that 2011 will be a year of reevaluation, self-establishment and great initiatives aimed at solving key issues of national concern, that is, the year which we will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the independence of Armenia and Artsakh.

May each Armenian individual, structure and organization implement more efficient and fruitful activities for the homeland’s prosperity, the great act of preserving the Armenian identity and Armenian education in the Diaspora.

I believe that Armenia will become a calling lighthouse, as well as a source of self-confidence and faith in the ocean of uncertainty, anxiety, conflicts and changing values.

Dear fellow Armenians,

In 2011, if possible, visit and send your children to the Homeland to implant the roots, recognize the national system of values, consume the land, water and sun of Armenia and be filled with new creative energy, as well as realistic and pro-Armenian ideas.

May the new tiding and light of Christmas guide all Armenians on the road to unity and self-establishment. Regards, HRANUSH HAKOBYAN

 

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