January 13, 2018 at 5:06 am #638
Once we get our Coin on an Exchange, the Temple Coin group will be creating an Armenian Corporation. Armenia was like the IBM of the USSR.
Import MiniPCs for Mining
Avg import Tarrif 2.7%
10% for consumer goods
20% VAT Tax
$20 extra Customs tax
Ministry of Justice
180 Days per Year Visa Free Entry
For Longer Must Apply for Residency
Georgia Visa Free Entry, can stay for a Year
(Cryptocurrencies will earn the Programmers much more than this)
The average salary of a junior developer is twice higher than the average salary in Armenia. The starting salary of a junior developer is 120,000 – 150, 000 AMD and if smart and hard-working, a person with ambitions can become a senior developer within 3-5 years and start receiving 800,000- 1,500,000 AMD.
In June 2015, the Armenian Public Services Regulatory Committee (PSRC) increased the price of electricity for the public. The cost increased to 7 drams ($0.01 USD) per kilowatt hour.
And we will bring back Gampr dogs.January 13, 2018 at 5:06 pm #644
Ancient words for Armenia (and Archaeological Sites)
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Yerevan Brandy Company
Yerevan Ararat Wine, Brandy & Vodka Factory
KAYAK.com car rentals starting at $15/day
Rent an Office:
Corporate Entities in Armenia can buy land and houses outright
Diamonds in Nor Hachn & Nor Geghi
Armenian Jewelers Association
Info and contacts for Armenian Diamonds:
Temple in Garni
Charent’s Arch nearby (on the way)
Monastery in Geghard
Gold and Silver in Shahumyan
Gold & Cannabis in Ararat/Ararat Valley (Khor Virap nearby)
Wine in Areni
Gold in Azatek
Tourist locations/Waterfalls in Jermuk
Minerals in Syunik (Goris, Mountain Town)
Tourist locations in Tatev
Gold in Meghradzor
Poppy in Gegharkunik Marz (Sevan, Sevan Lake, Surrounding Towns)
Wine and Religious Pilgrimage Town for Armenian Church in Oshakan
Wine in Voskevaz
Baking in Byarakan & Aragyugh
Gold and Silver Tukhmanuk
Gold and Minerals in Mghart
Gold and Silver in Getik
Debed Canyon near Vanadzor
Copper and Minerals in Alavardi
Copper and Minerals Teghut
Lesser CaucusesJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:07 pm #646
Wind Energy in Armenia
https://www.list.am/en/category/24?q=uralJanuary 13, 2018 at 5:08 pm #647
These are the Dogs we will be bringing back from Armenia
Gampr dogs are not trained, instead performing the necessary functions naturally. The Armenian word “Gampr” means “watchdog”, but the same breed may instead be called a “gelkheht” (from “gel” – “wolf” and “khekhtel” – “to choke”) if it is predisposed to be used as a wolfhound; a bear-hunting dog is known as “archashoon” (“bear-dog”); an avalanche dog is named “potorkashoon”, and a shepherd dog is named “hovvashoon”. The Gamprs are very tied to people, especially those dogs that live in human houses, because they feel themselves a family or pack member.January 13, 2018 at 5:20 pm #653
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Armenian Food Prices
Armenia Food Book
Armenian Winter Food
Random Armenian FoodsJanuary 17, 2018 at 2:29 am #847
Foreigners can’t buy land in Armenia, but if you start an Armenian Corporation, it can buy land. Otherwise it is a 99 year lease.
http://www.yerkir-real.com/en/landJanuary 17, 2018 at 3:01 am #854
“The Daredevils of Sassoun took over the Ereubuni police station in Yerevan around 5:30 a.m. on July 17, 2016. The armed group drove a vehicle through the front door of the police station. One policeman was killed and at least two were injured (one of them died in hospital in 13 August). Nine people were taken hostage. Two policemen were released following negotiations. General Vitaly Balasanyan, a mediator between the government and the opposition, said those released were Yerevan’s deputy police chief Valery Osipyan and national deputy police chief Vardan Yeghiazaryan. Throughout the day Facebook was inaccessible and the websites of media outlets reporting on developments were being shut down due to the number of people gathering in support of the Daredevils of Sassoun and against Government corruption.
On July 21, after releasing two hostages, the gunmen still held onto four hostages total. These hostages included: General Major Vardan Egiazaryan, the deputy head of the Armenian police force, and Colonel Valeri Osipyan, the deputy chief of Yerevan’s municipal police force. During the siege two of the armed men have sustained injuries
On July 22, President Serzh Sargsyan addressed the nation and said, ” I urge the armed people, who have occupied the territory of the police headquarters, to show restraint and not endanger the lives of others with their reckless moves. Hostages must be released,” and also added that the armed group must also surrender their weapons. The same day, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Supreme Body of Armenia condemned the acts of Sasna Tsrer by stating, “The A.R.F.-Dashnaktsutyun seeks the settlement of the current situation exclusively by peaceful means, considers new bloodshed as unacceptable, demands professionalism from law enforcing agencies, demands that the rights and dignity of law-abiding citizens be respected, and strongly condemns non-political methods and extremist thinking.”
On 23 July, there were indications the standoff was over. 4 officers were set free, which included Vartan Yeghiazarian and Valeri Osipinian. During negotiations, Armenian law enforcement allowed Sasna Tsrer to speak with journalists in a designated neutral zone around the occupied police station. Approximately 40 reporters held a news conference but were not allowed to hold a live broadcast. At the news conference, Pavlik Manukyan stated that the police department has become evil for the people and enjoy lavish life styles with the use of unnecessary military equipment for policing.
On 25 July, the gunmen had set a police vehicle on fire inside the headquarters, according to police spokesman Ashot Aharonian. It was the third vehicle to have been burned in two days.
On July 27, 4 medics were allowed to enter the police station to treat Araik Handonyan, one of the armed men who was wounded in the leg but refused to go to the hospital.
On July 30, the police issued an ultimatum to release all hostages and vacate the building or prepare for a police assault. Sasna Tsrer opened fire and shot down another officer. The group eventually surrendered that day to avoid further bloodshed. After surrendering, the group issued a statement saying, “We will continue our struggle from prison. We believe that we have achieved our goal: we became the spark that allowed people to rise up and it makes no sense to spill blood.”
Demonstrators chose to march down Baghramyan Avenue towards the presidential residence and government buildings but were met with police, who placed coils of barbed wire across the avenue to stop the protests. Demonstrators still managed to block traffic for two hours and eventually dispersed the following day.”January 17, 2018 at 3:05 am #856
Armenia gave up a lot of Land during the time of the Soviet Union, thinking that they were all going to be one nation like the United States, so there is a Country called Azerbajan next to them, where a bunch of Turkmen live, and claim they have been there forever. But the Ancient Monuments there are all Armenian.
Then they tried to kill all their Armenians in their Country, so the Armenians took the land in the 90s.
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Mt Arat, the Mountain that Kurds identify with, as they see themselves as the descendants of Noah, and the Turks took from them. You can see Arat from Yerevan.
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