12 April 2021
On Tuesday 30 March, AGBU Europe, in partnership with the Honorary Consulate of Armenia to Luxembourg, organized a webinar to present the book “Armenia, mon amour” in which ten non-Armenians from ten European countries tell their love for Armenia.
The presentation was an opportunity to highlight some of the compelling and surprising stories told in the book, published by Nineveh Press in December 2020, and hear from three of its contributors: professor Bernard Coulie from Belgium, scholar Svante Lundgren from Sweden and politician Frank Engel from Luxembourg.
Moderated by the Honorary Consul of Armenia to Luxembourg, Tatevik Manukyan, the webinar was also attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the Netherlands and to Luxembourg, Tigran Balayan, who expressed his support for the initiative of the book publication and his deep gratitude to the authors.
In her opening remarks, president of AGBU Europe, Nadia Gortzounian, sincerely thanked the contributors to the book, noting that “in a period of time when Armenians felt rather forgotten by the international community during the recent war in Artsakh, this expression of interest, love and support is particularly appreciated.”
About the book
The authors have different backgrounds and come from different countries in Europe. What they all have in common is a sincere interest in and deep love for the Armenian people.
The following people have contributed to the book: Harald Bothner, Bernard Coulie, Frank Engel, Bálint Kovács, Svante Lundgren, Jakub Osiecki, Stephen Pound, Kate Royster, Silvia Schmid and Serafim Seppälä.
To purchase your copy, please visit: https://armeniamonamour.com/