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Association of the European and Armenian Experts e. V. AEAE

Mikayel Minasyan

Linienstrasse 126

10115 Berlin


About us

It is with great pleasure that we can inform you that on March 6th, 2013, the local court of Berlin-Charlottenburg entered our statutes in the register of associations. We are called “Assocation of the European and Armenian Experts e.V.- AEAE for short (Association of European and Armenian Experts e.V.- VEuAF for short”). The association was founded on October 19, 2012 by the inaugural meeting at Linienstrasse 126, 10115 Berlin-Mitte. The seat of the association is in Berlin. “(1) The aim of the association is to bring people together in Germany, Europe, Armenia and in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, as well as people from the so-called “Armenian Diaspora”, in order to promote understanding between the different cultures and in this context through : - promotion of art and culture - promotion of development cooperation - promotion of science and research - promotion of education, popular and vocational training including student support - promotion of religion - promotion of youth and elderly care - promotion of monument protection and monument preservation - promotion of protection marriage and family - promotion of sport (chess counts as sport) - general promotion of democratic government within the scope of this law, this does not include efforts that only pursue certain individual interests of a civic nature or that are limited to the area of ​​local politics - promotion of civic engagement in favor of ge charitable, charitable and ecclesiastical purposes”. This merger also results in interdisciplinary projects that can be implemented in Germany, Europe, Armenia or Nagorno-Karabakh. This interdisciplinary approach raises the quality of the expert cooperation from the regions mentioned above and opens up new potential. At the same time, it gives every individual the chance to use their own skills and abilities in the development of culture, education, science, business and society in Europe, and to build a bridge between Germany, Europe, Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh

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