13.09.2019 | 
Science
‘THE PAST OF THE ARMENIAN STATE, PRESENT AND FUTURE’: INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE IN ARTSAKH
‘THE PAST OF THE ARMENIAN STATE, PRESENT AND FUTURE’: INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE IN ARTSAKH
Artsakh Young Scientists and Specialists Association (AYGM) NGO in cooperation with YSU and Mesrop Mashtots University of Stepanakert organized the 4th International Youth Conference "Past, Present and Future of Armenian Statehood" in Stepanakert dedicated to the 100th anniversary of YSU.

The purpose of the 4th International Youth Conference "Past, Present and Future of Armenian Statehood", to be held September 12-15, is to discuss current issues related to Armenian statehood, to promote the scientific activity of postgraduate students and young scientists, to promote their professional development, as well as Artsakh. to become a regional and international center for the discussion of scientific issues.

Postgraduate students, researchers, young scientists and specialists from Armenia, Artsakh and foreign universities and research centers participate in the conference.

The head of the Union of Young Scientists and Specialists of Artsakh (AYGM) NGO Avetik Harutyunyan said that over 120 participants from 8 countries (Germany, France, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, South Ossetia, Armenia and Artsakh) applied for this year's conference. ‘The conference is attended by prominent scientists whose reports are a great honor and a success’.

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