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2020-09-16 09:03
MOST INDEPENDENCE EVENTS TO BE SHOWN ON TELEVISION AND ONLINE
Most of the events dedicated to the 29th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Armenia will be broadcast on the virtual domain և on television due to the epidemic.

On September 21, festive programs will be broadcast on the First Channel. The program includes concerts shot in the regions of Armenia, interesting stories, etc.

About this: Hakhnazaryan's performance from the top of Ajdahak, Philharmonic Orchestra, "Bambir", Aram MP3, "Geghard" choir, Norayr Kartashyan և "Menua" band from Yereruyk Cathedral, Iveta Mukuchyan, Gyurik Hayastar Sambaryan Ansamb Both the people and the teams that have succeeded in the homeland, as well as the respected Armenians who really know the meaning of independence will share their experience on the air. There will be young actors from Vanadzor who will perform the lines written during the years of independence, and famous Armenians living in different parts of the world will join the expected gala concert, performing Armenian compositions. In the end, within the framework of the title "Our Lands", the viewer will discover the beauty of Armenian architecture, culture and nature from the height of a bird's flight. The Declaration of Independence of Armenia was adopted on August 23, 1990 at the first session of the Supreme Council of Armenia. By the decision of the parliament, on September 21, 1991, a referendum was held on leaving the USSR and declaring an independent state. The referendum was held under the Soviet Electoral Code and was free and transparent. Two days after the elections, the Central Electoral Commission announced the results of the voting, according to which out of 2 million 163 thousand 967 people eligible to participate in the referendum.
  2 million 56 thousand 792 took part in the voting, ie 95.5% of the citizens. 2 million 42 thousand 617 people voted for living independently, only 0.46% voted against. 117 observers from 25 countries testified that the referendum was fair and transparent. The Republic of Armenia actually declared its independence at a time when the collapse of the USSR was already an almost unstoppable process. "target =" _ blank "> Armen Khachatryan, Head of the Information and Public Relations Department of the RA Prime Minister 's Office, informed" Armenpress ".

According to him, the citizens will have the opportunity to go through a virtual journey through time, as well as the most beautiful corners of Armenia. "There will be countless interesting archival footage, warm greetings of the soldiers guarding our border and performances by musicians from beautiful places of the country, and the annual award ceremony" Our Times Hero "will be organized in" Zvartnots "historical-cultural reserve-museum. It will be held in compliance with all anti-epidemic rules, "Khachatryan stressed.

11 concerts will be aired on the First Channel on September 21. The art-loving public can enjoy Narek Hakhnazaryan's performance from Ajdahak Peak, Philharmonic Orchestra, Bambir, Aram MP3, Geghard Choir, Norayr Kartashyan և Menua Band, Yereruyk Temple, Hay Ivyan, Iveyan From Sardarapat.

Both the people and the teams that have succeeded in the homeland, as well as the Armenians who enjoy the respect of all, who really know the meaning of independence, will share their experience on the air. There will be young actors from Vanadzor who will perform the lines written during the years of independence, and famous Armenians living in different parts of the world will join the expected gala concert, performing Armenian compositions. In the end, within the framework of the title "Our Lands", the viewer will discover the beauty of Armenian architecture, culture and nature from the height of a bird's flight.

The Declaration of Independence of Armenia was adopted on August 23, 1990 at the first session of the Supreme Council of Armenia. By the decision of the parliament, on September 21, 1991, a referendum was held on leaving the USSR and declaring an independent state.

The referendum was held under the Soviet Electoral Code and was free and transparent. Two days after the elections, the Central Electoral Commission announced the results of the voting, according to which 2 million 56 thousand 792 out of 2 million 163 thousand 967 people eligible to participate in the referendum, ie 95.5% of the citizens, took part in the voting. 2 million 42 thousand 617 people voted for living independently, only 0.46% voted against. 117 observers from 25 countries testified that the referendum was fair and transparent. The Republic of Armenia actually declared its independence at a time when the collapse of the USSR was already an almost unstoppable process.