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Norayr Avagyan is a participant of the 44-day war; from the first days he volunteered and went to the front. Shushi battles were detrimental: there, he received a spinal wound. Norayr is now doing rehabilitation exercises at home with the MetaGait device.
As a result of the cooperation between Acba bank and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) USD 25 million will be directed at the development of Armenia’s economy through financing micro, small and medium enterprises, as well as companies led by women. Financing will be provided via Armenian drams or U.S. dollars.
All the songs, thoughts, plans for the future in and about the motherland: campers know – there is no better place than Armenia. The formula for life is to learn, become a good specialist and strengthen the country.
Chinese Zen Tien Xi promises to take the Armenian wine with him to China, but not only to treat his relatives, but for a business purpose. He wants to cooperate with a number of winemakers. On Yerevan Wine Days he first sopped at the Areni Wine Factory pavilion; the Chinese businessman is familiar with Areni wine.
A glass of wine, good mood for one purpose – development of Armenian winery. The year’s biggest wine festival opened its doors for winemakers, wine lovers and thousands of tourists, who had a special day in their schedules to taste the Armenian wines.
Yerevan Wine Days have become the best place for entertainment with family, friends and colleagues. the festive bustle in the heart of the capital has also united gourmets who cannot imagine wine without delicious dishes. Aregak bakery-cafe is one of the ones that justifies their expectations. They offer everything from focaccia bread to cheese croissants with wine. After learning the history of the creation of Aregak, the visitors taste them with doubled pleasure.