Vitya Ayvazyan, one of the first participants of the national liberation struggle, deputy of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Armenia, national hero of the Republic of Armenia, was born on December 31, 1955 in the village of Spandaryan (Artik region, Shirak marz, RA).

In 1977, he graduated from the Department of Mechanics of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Yerevan State University.

From 1979-1981 he served in the Soviet Army.

From 1981-1983, worked at the “Sirius” factory in Abovyan,

From 1983-1988, project engineer, engineer-technologist at the Special Design Bureau of Yerevan Electric Lamp Plant.

From 1983 he studied at Yerevan Polytechnic Institute by correspondence.

In 1988 he worked in the “Azure” Production Association, where he created the “Karabakh” Committee, which he headed personally.

He turned his dacha into the headquarters of the underground, where banned literature, leaflets and weapons were kept.

He was detained on January 12, 1989. He was kept in Nubarashen prison for about a month.

At the 1st Congress of the Armenian National Movement he was elected a member of the board, responsible for the economic part.

One of the first members of the headquarters of the “Yerkrapah” units of Armenia. One of those responsible for providing the volunteers with clothes, food, weapons and ammunition.

In 1990 he was elected a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of Armenia.

He died on August 29, 1990 in Yerevan.

The title of National Hero of Armenia was conferred posthumously

September 20, 1996.

He was awarded the Order of Fatherland.