Historian, Armenologist, Armenian Continuing Resources Researcher.
Supporter and a friend of the National Library of Armenia. In 2022, he donated to the library 81 titles, 137 copies of literature, including books, periodicals, posters, invitation cards, etc. Over the years, Gevorg Yazichyan has replenished the library with more than 2,500 copies of literature.
Armenian politician, famous Soviet dissident.
Armenian politician, famous Soviet dissident, member of the National United Party since 1967, then leader of the Union for National Self-Determination Party (Russian: NOP), founder of the nations' right for protection and self-determination movement the USSR (Russian: SNS), writer, composer. For years, Mr. Hayrikyan has enriched the library's collection, donated books, and especially self-published and official publications issued by NOP and SNS, including “Independence,” "Hayrenik," and other periodicals.
Philologist, cinematographer, historian, translator.
His activity is aimed to highlight and explore the international relations of Armenian culture and the contribution of Armenian figures to world civilization (especially in the field of cinematography). He enriches the collection of the National Library with international publications about the Armenians and Armenia.
Armenian writer, literary critic, translator, member of the Writers' Union of Armenia.
Compiled and published books by E. Mezhelaitis, V. Oskotselo, Sh. Aznavour, Zahrat, Z. Khrakhunu, S. Kaputikyan, compiled an anthology of Lithuanian poetry. He translated into Armenian the Karelian-Finnish Kalevala (2005) and the Latvian "Lāčplēsis" folk epics (2012).