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Mass Media Forum
The first Armenian Mass Media Forum was held in Tzahkadzor, near Yerevan, from 14 to 16 November 2003.
 
150 Editorialists, Directors, Journalists,  (nearly fifty from Diaspora) participated to this forum organized by the Foreign Ministry of Armenia and the FAAE (Forum des Associations Armeniennes d'Europe).
Several participants pronounced speeches. You can download the presentation which served as a demonstration to the speech of Mr. Jean Sirapian, Director of the La Lettre de l'ADL , in our document pages.


ADL's 23th Congress
ADL's Congress was held in Paris from 24 to 26 october 2003. 
A new Central committee was elected as follows: 

Edmond Azadian and Krikor Adanalian (co-chairman) 
Assadour Devletian (secretary) 
Michael Karabian (Treasurer) 
Counselors:
H. Kassardjian
A. Melkisetsian
H. Vartivarian
P. Kechichian
J. Sirapian


KOMITAS MONUMENT
 Subscription
 
On April 24th 2003 a monument of 6 meters high WS inaugurated in Paris, Place du Canada, in the prestigious 8th district, near to the Champs Elysees and not far from the monument of de Gaulle, Churchill and other famous figures.
The total cost of the project equals 125 000 Euros.


You can send your contribution to

"LES AMIS DU R.P. KOMITAS"
92 rue Saint Lazare - 75009 PARIS




Petitions
SUBJECT:   SIGN THE CYPRUS PETITION AT
www.greece.org/themis/cyprus/
 
Washington: After the successful ongoing Halki www.greece.org/themis/halki/ petition, Themis administration announced today the launching of a new petition aimed at supporting the territorial integrity of Cyprus, as well as supporting the right to self determination for the people of Cyprus. The government of  Cyprus is coming close to fulfilling one of its most important foreign policy goals which is becoming a member of the European Union. The Themis administration supports the right of the Cypriot government to enter the European Union as the sole legal authority over all of Cyprus and all Cypriot citizens.

Entry into the European Union for the internationally recognized Republic of Cyprus is a matter of self determination.

From 1878 to 1960, Cyprus was ruled by Great Britain. During the 1950's, the people of Cyprus, who are overwhelmingly Greek, fought against the British colonial rule for their right to independence and Demanding self-determination as well as Enosis - the union of Cyprus with Greece. 
In 1960, the London-Zurich Accords  and the Treaty of Guarantee established Cyprus as an independent  Republic. On July 20 and August 14, 1974, Turkish forces invaded and occupied thirtyseven percent of Cypriot territory. The Turkish
occupation has been responsible for the ethnic cleansing of over 200,000 Greek Cypriots.   

Please visit www.greece.org/themis/cyprus/ and sign the petition. Ask your association, church, community and your friends to collect paper petitions and mail them to us.
Communicate with us at action-cyprus@hec.greece.org and we will give you full details.

Themis www.greece.org/themis  is a project of HEC (Hellenic Electronic Center) http://www.greece.org/  which is a non-profit, non-commercial Electronic Association.

Themis www.greece.org/themis/