American musician Daniel Decker is in Yerevan these days to support the Armenian people. He took to his Facebook to express his solidarity to Armenians.
"There is an uneasy calm in Yerevan these days. The concert halls and cafes are silent and the conversations are serious. This is appropriate, as we focus on defeating an evil enemy who seeks only destruction and genocide. However, do not confuse silence for weakness. Armenia is strong! Strong in spirit! Strong in focus! I have never seen such fierce patriotism in all my life! The Armenian spirit will never be broken! Empires have tried for thousands of years and all have failed. We may bend, but never break! This is how I know that we will prevail!" Decker wrote.
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