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Charles Aznavour says happy to be both Armenian and French

Charles Aznavour says happy to be both Armenian and French

PanARMENIAN.Net - Legendary crooner Charles Aznavour has said in an interview with Bulgaria's bTV that he is happy to be both Armenian and French.

The singer gave a concert in Sofia on November 30 where he had last performed almost 40 years ago in 1978.

"The French and Armenian identities are amalgamated inside me - you can't separate the coffee from the milk," Aznavour said.

"I am a part of my people, that's why I created a foundation after the devastating earthquake in Armenia. I am happy to be the son of immigrants."

Also, the artists revealed that he is planning to make a change and reshape the people's negative attitudes towards other nations.

The 93-year-old singer also said he is not afraid of death but has nonetheless no intention of leaving this world.

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