Many took the harrowing experience with them to their graves. Others would share only fragments of memories. All of them suffered unimaginable loss. They were the orphans of the Armenian Genocide and their stories must never be forgotten.
From those who survived the Armenian Genocide to those who moved to Soviet Armenia during the Great Repatriation of the 1940s, Western Armenians contributed to Yerevan’s incredible rise as a major city, turning it into the heart and soul of the Armenian nation.
Is Armenia moving towards the implementation of a human rights-based state and state policy? To find out, Anahit Simonyan interviews Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Zaruhi Batoyan, Minister of Health, Arsen Torosyan, and Deputy Minister of Education, Arevik Anapiosyan.