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February 5, 2005 - UNITED NATIONS— The Manhattan district attorney has launched a criminal probe into Benon Sevan, the U.N. Oil-for-Food chief who investigators said had "serious conflict of interest" while overseeing the program.
District Attorney Robert Morgenthau who has been investigating financial relationships within the Oil-for-Food program, planned to probe the activities of Sevan, who has been accused of receiving about $1 million worth of lucrative oil vouchers.
A report released Thursday pointed to significant management problems within the United Nations surrounding the $60 billion Oil-for-Food program. The report by a U.N.-authorized committee headed by Paul Volcker said that Sevan had "seriously undermined" the integrity of the United Nations.
"Our conclusion is he placed himself in a serious conflict of interest," Volcker said at a news conference. "Our investigation continues into what other implications there may be if any."
Morgenthau's investigation into Sevan, whose diplomatic immunity, the U.N. said, won't be lifted unless it's requested by Volcker or a prosecutor, marks the first step toward prosecution of the official.

Tuesday February 8, 2005 UNITED NATIONS — Secretary-General Kofi Annan suspended the head of the U.N. Oil-for-Food program in Iraq and a senior U.N. official who dealt with contracts following an independent investigation that accused them of misconduct, a U.N. spokesman said Monday.
Benon Sevan, who was in charge of the $64 billion humanitarian program, and Joseph Stephanides who heads the U.N. Security Council Affairs Division, were told Friday that they had been suspended with pay, spokesman Fred Eckhard said.
Sevan and Stephanides were told they would receive a letter this week "laying out the charges against them," which will allow them to defend themselves before U.N. disciplinary bodies in what will likely be a lengthy appeals process, he said.
"Suspension is the beginning of a disciplinary process," Eckhard said.
More on CNN


'I am shocked by the initial investigative report. We do not want this shadow to hang over the United Nations. So we want to get to the bottom of it, get to the truth and take appropriate measures to deal with the gaps.'
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan

'Sevan has seriously undermined the integrity of the United Nations. Our conclusion is he placed himself in a serious conflict of interest.'
Paul Volcker
Head of U.N.-authorized committee

'The type of disciplinary action will be announced early next week.'
Malloch Brown
Annan's new Chief of Staff

'Benon Sevan repeatedly solicited several million barrels of oil worth about $1 million on behalf of a company named African Middle East Petroleum. The illicit deals violated standards of integrity.'
From Paul Volcker's report.

"Suspension is the beginning of a disciplinary process,"
Fred Eckhard - U.N. Spokesman

'I think the allegations are false and he is being used as a scapegoat. We have reached a consensus in the Armenian community on this.'
Bedros Kalaydjian - Armenian Representative in the Cyprus Parliament

'Knowing him, he was not the type of person to be involved in these things. I personally believe he was framed.'
Kevork Zeytountsian - Benon Sevan's first cousin

'Even a kiosk owner can have this kind of money.'
Bedros Kalaydjian - Armenian Representative in the Cyprus Parliament

'To me the whole thing looks as if they are trying to cover up something else by using him as a scapegoat. I don’t for a moment believe that is involved in dirty business. I know the man too well…since his childhood. I am the first person he calls when he is Cyprus.'
Georges Der Partogh - Journalist

'A wonderful person, honest and hardworking and nice.'
Bedros Kalaydjian - Armenian Representative in the Cyprus House

By Jean Christou of the Cyprus Mail

THE Armenian community in Cyprus yesterday stood firmly behind Benon Sevan the accused United Nations official in charge of the oil-for-food programme in Iraq.
An investigation concluded that Sevan solicited oil allocations from Saddam Hussein's regime on behalf of a trading company between 1998 and 2001, and it raised concerns he may have received kickbacks for the help.
Sevan was one of two Cypriots under investigation. Little is known about the second man Joseph Stephanides who was chief of the UN Sanctions Branch, who is said to have colluded with a former British UN ambassador in order for Lloyd's Register Inspection Ltd. could get a lucrative contract.
To account for the $160,000, which investigators deemed suspicious, Sevan, who was born in Cyprus and attended the Melkonian in Nicosia, said that he received large amounts of money annually from an aunt on the island. He recorded the amounts in his financial declarations.
Figures quoted in regards to the discrepancies in the oil-for-food programme, which was shut down in 2003, range from $2 billion to $21 billion.
Sevan’s aunt Berjouhi Zeytountsian, a retired civil servant who raised him died last year after falling into an elevator shaft. Police declared her death an accident.
“I think the allegations are false and he is being used as a scapegoat. We have reached a consensus in the Armenian community on this,” said Bedros Kalaydjian, the Armenian representative at the House.
Kalaydjian told the Cyprus Mail last night he had known Sevan since they were both teenagers.
“He is a decent hardworking guy who has climbed high so naturally you make enemies on the way up to such a position. We cannot believe he has taken any money. They are talking about $160,000. Even a kiosk owner can have this kind of money. His aunt probably had this kind of money. She owned her own flat. This is all nonsense. Our Benon wouldn’t contemplate doing anything of the sort.”
Kalaydjian described Sevan as “a wonderful person, honest and hardworking and nice”.
“How did he get such a high position as he had? It’s because of his good character. He is loved by everyone. When I visited New York I could see that everyone in the UN respected him,” he said.
“We believe he is not guilty and he is being used as a scapegoat. There are other things involved. There is no proof. There are only suppositions.”
Sevan’s first cousin George Zeytountsian, who lives in Nicosia said that although he was not close to Sevan, “knowing him, he was not the type of person to be involved in these things. I personally believe he was framed.”
“This money $160,000 is peanuts compared to what they are trying to uncover. You have to laugh about this amount when you compare it to the allegations,” he added.
Newspaper publisher Georges der Parthogh, who is one of Sevan’s closest friends said he didn’t for a moment believe he was guilty.
“To me the whole thing looks as if they are trying to cover up something else by using him as a scapegoat. I don’t for a moment believe that is involved in dirty business. I know the man too well…since his childhood. I am the first person he calls when he is Cyprus,” der Parthogh said.
“I think he is another victim of Chalabi and of course because Kofi Annan opposed the American invasion of Iraq this is the American payback.”
Annan's son Kojo, who worked for a Swiss firm that won a lucrative contract with the program is also under investigation.”
“One might think we are a bit paranoid about America but in this case I tend to believe that,” said der Parthogh. “Benon is a very, very honest man.”
In a statement issued yesterday through his lawyers Sevan said it was unfortunate that the independent investigative committee has succumbed to massive political pressure “and now seeks tot scapegoat Benon Sevan.
“After eight months of investigation and $30 million budget the IIC needed to produce a smoking gun…there is no smoking gun. Mr Sevan never took a penny,” the statement said.
It said that Sevan had served the UN for 40 years in some of the most difficult assignments in the world. “Suicide bombers threatened to kill him, blowing up his office in Baghdad and killing his dear friends and colleagues.
He is enormously proud of his service and the thousands of his colleagues who served with him,” the statement said.
“It is important to know what the IIC has not found. They have not found because they cannot - that Mr Sevan ever accepted anything from anyone, that Mr Sevan ever took any action of failed to take any action other than in the best interests of the oil-for-food programme and the United Nations.”
It said that the IIC concluded on the basis of undisclosed statements by officials of the former Saddam regime that Sevan ‘cited’ a company to Iraqi officials. “Mr Sevan had no interest in that company or in any of the other companies associated with the programme,” the statement said.
It also said it was “bizarre” to claim that Sevan’s statements concerning income duly and properly reported on his financial disclosure forms years ago “are not adequately supported by the information reviewed by the Committee”.
“The committee admits that it bases this specious statement on a conversation with someone in Cyprus who purports to be familiar with the finances of Mr Sevan’s late aunt,” it added.
“Mr Sevan has been entirely forthcoming with respect to the timing and manner of income received from his late aunt. It is ludicrous to contend that in 1999 Mr Sevan disclosed fictitious gifts from his aunt on his forms in anticipation of misleading the IIC, which would not even be created until 2004. Moreover the IIC made this ‘finding’ without ever bothering to question Mr Sevan regarding this subject”.


Tuesday February 8, Nicosia:- Gibrahayer e-magazine contacted representatives of several Armenian organisations in Cyprus regarding the comments made by Armenian representative in the Cyprus House of Representatives Bedros Kalaydjian that the Armenian community had reached a consensus that the allegations on Benon Sevan are false.
Organisation representatives that were contacted by Gibrahayer stated that Bedros Kalaydjian had not contacted them, therefore there was no attempt to reach any consensus on this matter and that statements made by Kalaydjian and others, represent only their own personal views.
A Dashnaktsoutiun Cyprus representative said that making statements of this nature, prior to the conclusion of the official investigation, is wrong and premature, irrespective of the outcome of the final verdict.
Some readers who emailed us, expressed the view that the statements made by Kalaydjian in the Cyprus Mail newspaper are an attempt to jump the gun and to give personal cover to friends, as well as an amateur way of running public life.
A Melkonian graduate expressed his dismay at how readily Kalaydjian, without any reservations, is giving his unconditional and undisputed support to Benon Sevan, a person who has co-signed the imminent closure and sale of Melkonian.

NTV MSNBC - Turkey February 2 - The Turkish parliament's committee for harmonisation with the European Union has announced that it will investigate claims by Armenians that the Ottoman Empire committed acts of genocide against its Armenian citizens during World War One.
Ali Riza Alaboyun, the deputy chairman of the parliamentary committee, said that some Armenian groups have agreed to the discuss the issues and settle the Armenian genocide claims that have been leveled at Turkey by many groups and organisations.
"I do not believe that in our history there is anything to be ashamed of," Alaboyun said. "There is lack of information. We shall take the initiative in hand and have an unbiased assessment of events occurring away from us." Onur Oymen, a member of the opposition Republican People's Party who also sits on the committee, said that Armenians distribute publications targeting Turkey on the genocide claims and that Turkey should make sure to send out material refuting the allegations.
The decision to discuss the Armenian claims comes on the 90th anniversary of the alleged Armenian genocide. In April this year, the parliaments of a number of countries are to hold a vote on whether to recognise the allegations against the Ottoman Empire, with the so-called genocide also to be commemorated by massive events staged by the Armenians.

Wales-Armenia Solidarity Press Release - For the first time ever, an UK government web-site has referred to the "Armenian Genocide" and "Armenian Holocaust"
This was in the official Holocaust Memorial Day web-site, with reference to the Commemoration in Cardiff, Wales of the Commemoration of the Armenian and Jewish Holocausts at the Temple of Peace, Cardiff on 26th January. Taking part was the First Minister of the National Assembly of Wales, Rhodri Morgan.
This might be the way of testing the water by the British government, who are fearful of debating the matter in full view of the media, but are hoping for a gradual softening by the Turks on the issue. It seems that they are happily allowing Wales to take the moral lead, seeing what the Turkish response will be.
During the meeting, Jenny Randerson, a senior figure in the Welsh Liberal Democrats and a former minister in the Assembly government conveyed that she was astonished at the sustained pressure to which she was subjected since speaking out on the Genocide issue in 2001. We are proud that she has not wavered once in her support.
We can assume that those in the pay of Turkish authorities are putting similar pressure on our prime minister Rhodri Morgan. We call on Armenians world-wide to send messages of support for the Recognition of the Genocide by the National Assembly for Wales to and to counter this menace.
Gibrahayer Nicosia: Milan Festival award winning movie "The Journey" by Melkonian school graduate Edwin Avaness will premiere for a one show only at K-Cineplex Screen 1 in Nicosia tonight Wednesday February 9, 2005 at 7:45 pm. Tickets have been sold out.
You can visit the site for more details.

Melkonian and The Kalaydjian Junta
By Jean Ipdjian

More and more frequently I find myself confronted with “For God’s sake, leave the man alone, he is not well!” or similar exclamations, every time when the subject of discussion revolves around the activities and performance of our representative Mr. Kalaydjian. It would probably be more exact to say Mr. Kalaydjian’s dismal performance and failure to address the problems of our community.
Before going any further, I want to convey my most sincere wishes for a speedy recovery for Mr. Kalaydjian. I also hope that he and his family will have the patience and fortitude to face up to the difficult times ahead.
However, it is not acceptable nor is it right that Mr. Kalaydjian’s health is allowed to be used as the yardstick when his tenure is judged upon. It is not acceptable nor is it right that his health is allowed to become a shield behind which the ‘Kalaydjian Junta’ can hide and avoid the scrutiny of the Armenian community of Cyprus. It is not acceptable nor is it right that his suffering be used by the ‘junta’ to secure a sympathy vote for him. It is not acceptable nor is it right that the Armenian community as in previous instances is distracted by his health problems from passing an objective and factual judgement of him as our representative.
Years ago, the ‘Kalaydjian Junta’ with great fanfare and in the name of the greater good of the community and the Melkonian Institute, oversaw the sale of part of the Melkonian Estate. The proceeds from the sale were used to build a modern dormitory (capacity - 400 students), as well as a commercial centre to be rented which was supposed to make up for the shortfalls in the school’s budget. They claimed in this way they had, once and for all, solved the chronic budget deficit of the school and thus saved it from closure. Naturally, the “saviors of the day” used this to maximum political gain and won the consequent elections.
At the time, no one from that side wanted to hear the warning bells, and the few who did were chastised by their own and became the black sheep amongst their followers and friends. The members of the ‘Kalaydjian Junta’ like ostriches buried their heads in the sand believing that as long as they do not see the oncoming danger, as long as they refuse to recognize it, they can safely hope that it will cease to exist and disappear.
And so, for more than a dozen years, the ‘Junta’ continued regarding the Melkonian Institute as an electoral ‘ace’ and the school was allowed to continue its downfall. Along the way it lost its ability to take a bunch of young people from different societies and countries and amalgamate then into a group of Armenian young men before sending them back to their countries, at the same time providing them a good education. Along the way, the Armenian studies and education stopped being within the priorities of the school.
And in view of all of the above, our representative and his associates remained unmoved. Suffice, that the Melkonian, by just going on, continues to provide the levers that keep him in his seat. In due course, the Central Committee of the A.G.B.U., who after all are the legal guardians of the Estate and not so keen in continuing to foot the bill for running the school, using objective, factual and professional arguments, took the irrevocable (this time) decision to close the doors of the historical school.
I believe that it is time for this community to start carefully and seriously taking into consideration the different problems looming upon it before appraising its leaders’ performance.
I believe that it is time for this community to wake up from its long slumber and demand answers from its leaders.
I believe that it is time for this community to wake up and hold it representative, Mr. Kalaydjian responsible for being so insensitive toward such a major concern as the secondary education of its children and specially toward its desire for those children to receive such education in an Armenian institution. Incompetence should not be rewarded, but it should be removed.
Even for arguments’ sake we accept that the matter of the closure of the Melkonian Institute was totally out of our hands, we should already have taken all the necessary steps towards establishing an Armenian secondary school, whether as an extension of the existing Nareg Schools, or otherwise. We should already have made it possible for our children to have the continuity of their education within the Nareg schools.
Finally, this should be one of the parameters which should be used when we come to appraise our representative’s, Mr. Kalaydjian’s, tenure in office this last eight years.
The question he has to answer is:
Where was he till now?

Jean Ipdjian is a Melkonian graduate of Class of 1974 and Editor of Artsagang Monthly newspaper.
You can contact him direct on

BBC Broadcast
Enclosed, two links from one from a very interesting report from the BBC and the other from the Lebanon Alumni event that took place in Beirut on Saturday January 22, 2005.

Hello Simon,

I don't know how my e-mail address got pleasantly ‘caught’ by your website but it is great to have been entertained and most of all felt warm and at home with you delightfully informative weekly newsletters.... I WOULD CALL THE EXPERIENCE AS JUST THE OPPOSITE OF A "JUNK MAIL"

As Melkonian alumni (Class of 1976), everything and anything about our school and the island steers pleasant memories both in my heart and feelings…I will jump to the main issue.

As we all have been hearing about our most notoriously famous Melkoniantsi alumni, BENON O. SEVAN (by the way the O. stands for OILMAN) has been in a starring roll (as in Hollywood pictures) on our TV. screens both locally and internationally (CNN, HN, Etc.) for reasons well known too well…and here is the BIG question….?

… Could he have at least allocated ONE allotment from his “OIL for FOOD” deals to “OIL for MELKONIAN SCHOOL” whereby he could have SAVED the school; and then after RESIGNED from the CB of AGBU and done a great favor to the Melkoniantis and the Armenians worldwide?????

By the way I am glad he (Mr. B O.S) is one of those 1% Armenians who has truncated the “IAN/YAN” from his last name; because the shame has incurred on us, some non-Armenians would hardly recognize the name as being ARMENIAN…

I am enjoying reading the “Gibrahayer” newsletter. My cousin Cosette from London forwarded it to me. I applaud you for putting together such an informative newsletter.
Keep up the good work!
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[] Secondary school has restarted in Armenia, but it is almost as if the holiday period has been extended. Classrooms in many schools are only half filled, because parents are keeping children at home rather than send them to improperly heated facilities.
[] The Government Spokesman Mr Kypros Chrysostomides pointed out that it was not possible to engage in any consultations with the subordinate local administration to Turkey, on the issue of the triple murder of the Turkish Cypriots, which was committed in the free areas of the Republic.
[] Armenian Grandmaster Gabriel Sargissian (2602) outfought Asian champion Krishnan Sasikiran (2657) of India in a sixth-round, 64-move marathon to seize the solo lead in the Masters chess championship in the Gibraltar.
[] Members of the Hay Tad and the Armenian Youth Federation participated in the 5th World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, held from January 26 to 31. The slogan of the Forum, “Other world is possible,” refers to the protests raised against globalisation. More than 200,000 attended.
[] British Minister of State for Europe Mr Denis MacShane has advised Britons interested in buying property in the Turkish-occupied area of Cyprus to seek independent qualified legal advice and explained that the “non-recognition of the "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus" and the possibility of a future political settlement in Cyprus could have significant practical or financial implications for those considering buying property in the north”.
[] Cars worth more than $100 million have been imported into Armenia in recent years. The State Traffic Inspection says there are, in all, 130,000 cars now in use in Yerevan resulting to traffic jams, which have grown more frequent on the capital’s road.
[] Cyprus Government Spokesman Kypros Chrysostomides said a new crossing point in the Zodia – Astromeritis area would open within the next two months.
[] The Cyprus Government and the European Commission have reached a preliminary agreement regarding the EU Green Line Regulation, according to which goods produced in the occupied areas of the island can be sold in the government-controlled part and exported through legal ports to the European Union

g i b r a h a y c a l e n d a r

Milan Award winning movie "The Journey" by Melkonian graduate Edwin Avaness will premiere for a one show only at K-Cineplex Screen 1 on Wednesday February 9, 2005 at 7:45 pm Tickets can be purchased only from The Hamazkayin Cultural & Educational Association Cyprus "Oshakan" Chapter. You may visit the movie site
Wednesday February 9 after Hsgoum at Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church at around 6:30 pm Archbishop Hergelian presents The Life and Work of Bsag Dz.Vartabed Khorenian (1882-1915). The lecture series that is dedicated to clergymen that were killed in the Armenian Genocide of 1915 will continue every Wednesday after Hsgoum throughout Medz Bak.
The rest of the lecture series are as follows:
* Wednesday 16 February 2005 - Smpad Yebisgobos Saadetian (1871 - 1915) is presented by Mashdots Kahanah Ashkarian
* Wednesday 23 February 2005 - Ardavast Dz.Vart.Kalemderian (1876 - 1915) is presented by Momik Kahanah Habeshian
* Wednesday 2 March 2005 - Souren Dz.Vart.Kalemian (1884 - 1915) is presented
by Dr.Antranik Ashdjian
* Wednesday 9 March 2005 - Nerses Yebisgobos Tanielian (1868 - 1915) is presented
by Anahid Eskidjian
* Wednesday 16 March 2005 - Shavarsh Dz.Vart.Sahagian (1881 - 1915) is presented
by Elsy Utudjian
Super Bingo at AYMA on Wednesday February 16, 2005 at 8:30 pm. For dinner reservations call Mr. Youra at 22 499889
At The "Bar"...on Saturday February 19, 2005 at 8:30 pm organised by The Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association Cyprus Chapter at AYMA. Music, dancing and a special appearance by musical duo Jean Tavitian and Marie Louise Kouyoumdjian. Entrance CYP 5,00 including first drink.
Annual Traditional Michink Dinner at AYMA organised by The The Armenian Relief Society "Sosse" Cyprus Chapter on Wednesday March 2, 2005 at 8:30 pm at AYMA.
Two Day celebrations in Cyprus for the 75th Anniversary celebrations of the Cilician Seminary and the 10th anniversary of the enthronement of Catholicos Aram I of the Holy See of Cilicia. Main event on Saturday March 5, 2005 at 8:00 pm at the Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church in Nicosia where Shnorhali Choir from Beirut under Der Bartev Vartabed Guelimian will perform. Speakers at the same event: His Holiness Catholicos Aram I. Sebouh Tavitian and Vartan Tashdjian.
Holy Mass on Sunday March 6, 2005. Karoz by His Holiness Catholicos Aram I followed by a Luncheon at Makedonitissa Palace at 1:00 pm organised by the Temagan and Varchakan Joghov.
The "Sipan" Dance Group of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association of Cyprus will be presenting the Musical Performance of Toumanyian "Famous Children's Stories" on Sunday April 10, 2005 at 8:30 pm at PASIDY Auditorium.
The "Timag" Theater Company of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association of Cyprus is getting ready for its annual performance which will take place on Saturday May 7, 2005 at 8:30 pm
Armenian musical duo of Jean Davidian and Marie Louise Kouyoumdjian perform at Champs every Friday at 9:30 pm. Reservations on 22 873888.
Arevakal and Hsgoum ceremonies begin from Wednesday 9 February, 2005 as follows: Every Wednesday and Friday - Arevakal 7:40 am and Hsgoum at 6:00 pm
Opening of Painting Exhibition of Armenian Cypriot Artists, organised by The Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association Cyprus Chapter at The Utudjian Hall of The Armenian Prelature, on Friday 18 March, 2005 at 7:30 pm. The Exhibition will remain open until the 20th of March, 2005.
Lecture by Peter Balakian on Friday May 20, 2005 organised by The Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association Cyprus Chapter. Details to follow.
Cyprus Dart Championships. AYMA/HMEM is participating in the Cyprus Dart League with home matches being played every other Thursday at AYMA.
AYF Badanegan Mioutian get-togethers take place on Saturday at 3:30 pm at AYMA. Contact Vartoog Karageulian on 24-659245.
Practices of the "Sipan" Dance Group of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association of Cyprus for the Musical Performance of Toumanyian "Famous Children's Stories" take place as follows: Every Friday and Sunday at 5:30 pm and every Saturday at 4:30 pm
AYMA/HMEM Chicco Football practices take place every Friday from 7:00 - 8:30 pm for children starting from the age of 7. Contact Krikor Mahdessian on 99650897.
AYMA/HMEM Table Tennis practices take place every Saturday from 5:30 pm
under the guidance of ex-Cyprus Champion Sirvart Costanian. Classes for all ages.
AYF meetings every Wednesday at 9:00 pm at AYMA.
AYMA/HMEM Football team practices are now taking place every Tuesday at 9:00 pm and every Thursday at 7:30 pm.
For more details of the next Bible Study Class organised by the Armenian Prelature at the Vahram Utudjian Hall of The Armenian Prelature call Father Momik Habeshian direct on 99 307966 or at the Prelature Office on 22 493560 email
Armenian Radio Hour on The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation via real audio on . Broadcast 17:00-18:00 local Cyprus time (14:00-15:00 GMT)
The Armenian Prelature announces that the next permit for the Armenian Cemetery visitation at Ayios Dhometios on the Green line, will be on Sunday February 13, 2005
Every Wednesday from 7-8 pm (Cyprus time + 2 GMT) on CyBC's Trito, Puzant Nadjarian presents the "History of the Blue". Internet edition on


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