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CHARLES AZNAVOUR: `WE WANTED TO BE FRENCHMEN AND WE BECAME FRENCHMEN´

Charles Aznavour described the life of his family in early 20th century in the interview to the French Le Figaro weekly. Mr. Aznavour also stated with delight that 2006 is going to be Armenia’s Year in France and a number of festive arrangements and celebrations will take place. Haraj informed that Mr. Aznavour also dwelt on the Armenian Genocide in 1915, the exile of 1,5 million of Armenians from their homeland. The famous singer represented the life of his family in details, touching upon the attempts of musician father’s Misha Aznavour to earn for living, as well as the told of his mother who was an actress and journalist. When telling of his life, Mr. Aznavour also spoke of his love to France. “I am a Parisian for 200%,” he said. “We wanted to be Frenchmen and we became,” he underscored the description of his family’s life.

By Gohar Gevorgian

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