Commonspace.eu has launched an Armenian language page on facebook. The page will carry selected news items from the main commonspace.eu website translated into the Armenian language, and other material.
A spokesperson for the commonspace.eu editorial team said we are delighted that some of the material available on the commonspace website is now also going to be available in the Armenian language. Readers in Armenia and in the Armenian diaspora had been asking us for material in Armenian and we have responded. We hope that in the future we may be able to launch similar pages in other languages too.
Commonspace.eu is an activity of LINKS (DAR) within the framework of the EPNK programme - a European Union initiative.
The commonspace.eu facebook page in Armenian is avalable at https://www.facebook.com/commonspaceEU.Armenian/
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