Gyumri

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Gyum·ri

 (gē-o͝om′rē, gyo͝om-rē′) or Ku·may·ri (ko͞o-mā′rē, -mā-rē′)
A city of northwest Armenia southwest of Tbilisi, Georgia. It was founded on the site of a Turkish fortress. From 1924 to 1990 the city was called Leninakan.
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This prevalence may be even higher, as shown by Gumru (2013) in a study with 370 patients, of whom 83% had complaints associated with the lesion.
Turkey argued that Armenia did not officially recognize the existing common border between the two countries as established by the 1921 treaties of Kars and Gumru.