Gumri


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Gum•ri

(gʊmˈri)
n.
a city in NW Armenia, NW of Yerevan. 120,000. Formerly, Leninakan.
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Adan, a member of Gumri farmers Group, started with a quarter of an acre of the crop, harvesting as much as 450kg.
These, together with the 50,000 b/d Gumri and the first phase of the 50,000 b/d Moleeta fields in Block 7, brought Petrodar's output to 250,000 b/d.
The order also cancelled the creation of a state ministry of mining and petroleum, with some government officials at central and state level attributing the decision to the closure and subsequent evacuation of foreign oil workers from Gumri and Adar oil fields.
Valentina Terechkova est citoyenne d'honneur de 15 villes du monde : Kalouga et Iaroslavl en Russie, Vitebsk en Bielorussie, Baikonour et Karaganda au Kazakhstan, Gumri en Armenie, Montreuil et Drancy en France, Montgomery en Grande-Bretagne, Polizzi Generosa en Italie, Darkhan en Mongolie, Sofia, Bourgas,Petric, Stara Zagora, Pleven et Varna en Bulgarie et Bratislava en Slovaquie.
scheduled in Armenia's second city, Gumri. They physically assaulted Giorgi Vanyan, the organizer and chairman of the local Caucasus
Indeed, Medvedev and Sarkisian signed a deal in Erevan on 20 August 2010 extending Russia's lease of a military base in the city of Gumri by 24 years.
The 12- km- long Zojila tunnel will connect Minimarg near Gumri in the Drass sector of Ladakh with Baltal in Kashmir.
Officials said that it has also been snowing at the strategically-located Zojilla Pass and in Gumri on the Srinagar-Leh National highway, hampering traffic movement to Ladakh.
At first, little EminE[logical not] along with other Kurdish and Armenian orphans found refuge in Kars and then moved to Alexandropol (now Gumri), Jelaloghlu (now Stepanavan), and later on to Tiflis (now Tbilisi).
Investigators followed 32 children in Spitak, the epicenter of the quake in north central Armenia; 30 children in the capital of Yerevan, about 50 miles south of Spitak; and two groups in Gumri, which is about 30 miles east of the epicenter.
Solar water heaters have been installed in the church school of Gumri (the second largest city in Armenia) within the framework of a new technology transfer and renewable-energy sources development project financed by the government of the Netherlands.