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Menu Group has raised USD 6m in investment from SOLventures, Granatus Ventures, Perea Capital Partners, Hayastan 1 and others.
Bargavatch Hayastan (Prosperous Armenia) Party received 8,27%, with 103,824 votes.
Armenia has completed another collection of taxes from the diaspora held under the title of charity marathon of the Hayastan Foundation.
(37) One poem, "Dig!," published in Sovetakan Hayastan celebrated the physical labor of repatriates building themselves new houses.
"Hayastan" All-Armenian Fund's Gala Dinner Party was held in Moscow on Nov 8, the press-service of the Fund
Lina Hallajian indicated (Personal Interview, 13th of May, 2014) that tuition fees have also been covered for about 350 students during the 2012-2013 academic year and 400 students during the 2013-2014 year, with funding from RA Government, the "Hayastan" All-Armenian Foundation, the "Gulbenkian" foundation, the Armenian General Benevolent Union and the Kuwaiti State.
As for Armenia (which is also a Latin name for the native Hayastan), after the creation of an Armenian written language by Mesrop Mashtotz in the fifth century, a rise of Armenian culture began in Artsakh/ Aran, which remained under the Persian rule until the Arab invasion of the seventh century, which broke Albania into several small principalities, some of which rapidly Armenized in the face of coercive conversion into Islam enforced by the Caliphate.
(Erevan: Haygagan SSR Gidoutiwneri Agatemiai Hradaragchoutiwn, 1959); Henri Francois Tournebize, Hayastan ev Hay Ekeghetsagan Patmutiwn [Armenia and Armenian Ecclesiastical History] (Venice: San Lazarus, 1930).
The name "Armenia" was actually given to the country by its neighbors; inhabitants of Armenia refer to it as "Hayastan" derived from the name Haik, a descendent of Noah (from the Bible), and "stan" which means "land" in Persian.