Total Death Toll Reaches 2,439 As Names of 71 More Armenian Servicemen Released.

Today, the names of 71 more Armenian servicemen were released who were killed in battles in Artsakh, total death toll reaches 2,439, per the Armenian Unified Infocenter, Ministry of Defense of Armenia.

In Memoriam:

Davoyan Garik Garniki, born in 2000

Balyan Jirayr Levoni, born in 1986

Hovhannisyan Arthur Arayiki, born in 2001

Grigoryan Vagharshak Armeni, born in 1984 (Volunteer)

Sukiasyan Arman Artaki, born in 2001

Isoyan Vazgen Kareni, born in 2000

Tombulyan Sargis Hakobi, born in 2000

Gasparyan Arthur Gariki, born in 1987

Sedrakyan Rashid Arai, born in 2001

Ghahramanyan Arthur Arkady, born in 1985 (Volunteer)

Poghosyan Vrezh Andranik, born in 1992 (Volunteer)

Suleymanyan Borik Tital, born in 2002

Baghdasaryan Narek Artyom, born in 2002

Yernjakyan Hrachya Gagik, born in 1977 (Volunteer)

Ghazaryan Arsen Armen, born in 2001

Danoyan Sargis Aram, born in 2001

Gabrielyan Nikolay Slavik, born in 1975 (Volunteer)

Abrahamyan Robert Sargis, born in 2000

Ghandilyan Garnik Karapet, born in 2001

Hovhannisyan Margar Vahan, born in 2001

Petrosyan Yeranos Roosevelt, born in 2002

Nazaryan Albert Eduard, born in 2001

Ghukasyan Gagik Vachik, born in 2000

Hakobyan Gor Haykasar, born in 1992

Julhakyan Volodya Grisha, born in 1989

Tigranyan Arayik Babken, born in 1998 (Reservist)

Nersisyan Garik Seyran, born in 1978 (Reservist)

Sofyan Karen Armenak, born in 1996 (Reservist)

Alexanyan Arayik Lyova, born in 1978 (Reservist)

Grigoryan Ernest Willen, born in 1974

Hakobyan Garnik Gagik, born in 1994 (Reservist)

Amirjanyan Sasun Shura, born in 1988 (Reservist)

Gevorgyan Edgar Hrachik, born in 1985 (Reservist)

Gharibyan Baghdasar Armen, born in 1997 (Reservist)

Alexanyan Arsen Artak, born in 1996 (Reservist)

Semerjyan Harutyun Armen, born in 1997 (Reservist)

Khachatryan Edgar Gevorg, born in 1986 (Reservist)

Nalbandyan Vrezh Hovsep, born in 1978 (Reservist)

Harutyunyan Hrayr Ruben, born in 1997 (Reservist)

Grigoryan Narek Poghos, born in 1991 (Reservist)

Mkhitaryan Gevorg Vahan, born in 1994 (Reservist)

Harutyunyan Ludwig Armen, born in 1998 (Reservist)

Melkumyan David Roman, born in 1992

Hakobyan Narek Styopa, born in 1991 (Volunteer)

Gharayan Garegin Eduard, born in 1972 (Reservist) 

Muradyan Grigor Arshavir, born in 2002

Vardanyan Vardan Volodya, born in 1962

Khachatryan Jivan Karen, born in 1992

Asryan Arman Mher, born in 1995

Petrosyan Mkhitar Arthur, born in 1993

Hayrapetyan Samvel Razmik, born in 1984 (Reservist) 

Arakelyan Artyom Tigran, born in 1997

Sarukhanyan David Saro, born in 1996 (Volunteer)

Cholakyan Edgar Suren, born in 1999

Stepanyan Armen Arthur, born in 1997

Khachatryan Harutyun Armen, born in 1993

Hayriyan Aram Hamlet, born in 1978

Sargsyan Garush Sargis, born in 2000

Movsisyan Nerses Petros, born in 1990 (Volunteer)

Ghukasyan Seryozha Mamikon, born in 1996

Avdishoev Ivan Vladimir, born in 2001

Alexanyan Anushavan Sosik, born in 1969

Hovhannisyan Narek Hovsep, born in 2001

Manukyan Radik Gagik, born in 2000

Arustamyan Mkhitar Mirzo, born in 1977 (Reservist) 

Petrosyan Narek Arkady, born in 1988 (Deacon)

Mazmanyan Arthur Norayr, born in 2000

Shmavonyan Arzuman Shmavon, born in 2000

Mkrtchyan Haykaz Zaven, born in 2000

Zohrabyan Artak Zarzand, born in 2001

Fidanyan Mher Minas, born in 1985

Our condolences to the relatives of these Armenian heroes protecting Armenia and Artsakh from Azeri aggression.

Photo By Associated Press

Get in Touch

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

Pompeo Says Turkey “Undermines” NATO Cohesion, Calling Ankara’s Activities In Artsakh “Provocative.”

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized Turkey for opposing the principles and operation of NATO and undermining its cohesion during a...

Five Medieval Armenian Texts Have Been Translated to English.

Sophene Armeniaca announce their forthcoming publication of five gems of medieval literature. The hardbacks are the first releases of our new Dual Language...

Artsakh’s Former Defense Minister Jalal Harutyunyan To Be Discharged From Hospital In 1-2 Days From Injuries.

According to  President of Artsakh’s decree, L. Gen Jalal Harutyunyan was released from the post of MoD-Commander of the Defense Army, due...

Get in Touch

20,822FansLike
2,464FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe

Latest Posts

Pompeo Says Turkey “Undermines” NATO Cohesion, Calling Ankara’s Activities In Artsakh “Provocative.”

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized Turkey for opposing the principles and operation of NATO and undermining its cohesion during a...

Five Medieval Armenian Texts Have Been Translated to English.

Sophene Armeniaca announce their forthcoming publication of five gems of medieval literature. The hardbacks are the first releases of our new Dual Language...

Artsakh’s Former Defense Minister Jalal Harutyunyan To Be Discharged From Hospital In 1-2 Days From Injuries.

According to  President of Artsakh’s decree, L. Gen Jalal Harutyunyan was released from the post of MoD-Commander of the Defense Army, due...

MP Gor Gevorgyan Resigns From “My Step” Ruling Faction, Will Continue Serving As An Independent Member Of Parliament.

Member of Parliament Gor Gevorgyan has resigned from the “My Step” ruling faction due to "fundamental disagreements over a number of key,...

Armenia’s Poverty Rate Estimated At 26.4% In 2019 With The Aragatsotn Region Being The Poorest With A Poverty Rate Of 51.4%.

The poverty rate in the Republic of Armenia in 2019 has been estimated at 26.4% according to Armenia’s Statistical Committee which published...