A monument will be erected in Stavropol dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide. The Russia based Armenian “Yerkramas” newspaper informed that such a decision was made at the session of Stavropol City Duma Commission on the streets and squares.
The monument intends to be allocated at Komsomol hill, at the top of Shahumyan Street, which previously used to be an Armenian district. This complies with historical traditions. “This is a cozy place which will allow to grasp the idea of the monument and to go deep into its philosophy,” the city Mayor Georgi Kolyagin said.