“Lower the temperature” and “work together”

WATERTOWN, MA – OCTOBER 29: Anthony Barsamian, co-chair of the Armenian Assembly of America poses for a portrait outside of a Memorial Khachkar at St. Stephen’s Armenian Church in Watertown, MA that honors the victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide as the U.S. House prepares to pass a resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide in Turkey on Oct. 29, 2019. (Photo by Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

15 July 2021

Defeat in the second Artsakh war jolted the Armenian psyche. The process of adjusting to new realities is taking place for engaged Armenians and organizations representing them in the Diaspora. In the below short interview Armenian Assembly’s co-chairman Anthony Barsamian comments on current affairs (US assistance to RoA, POWs, role of OSCE, refugees, protection of people of Karabagh, security, etc.) and highlights what the Assembly plans to do to assist the Republic of Armenia in its effort to rebuild the economy and lobby the US government for a peaceful solution. His message to stakeholders in RoA is to “Lower the temperature” and “work together”.

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  1. “Lower the temperature and work together” excellent levelheaded message, fully agreed of course. Now imagine if that had occurred in the months/years preceding September 2020, when it was clear that a war was right around the corner …
    The usual brilliant, but too late, idea of the Armenian (Hayu verjin [email protected])

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