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Monday, 31 August 2009

RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan met with participants of “Ari Tun” project in the temple of Garni. The project seeks to introduce Armenia to young Armenians from all over the world, promote a sense of homeland and a system of national identity and ethnic values in Diaspora youth by getting them acquainted with the traditions and customs of our people and building up moral and educational-cultural bonds between Armenia and Diaspora.
The head of the Armenian government looked at countrywide development-related problems and discussed an array of issues relating to Homeland-Diaspora cooperation with project participants.
Tigran Sargsyan said Armenia-Diaspora relationship is on the upgrade now. As a result, the Ministry of Diaspora was set up to implement programs of nationwide importance. Collaboration between Homeland and Diaspora was said to be a government priority, with those in attendance being doomed to become the new envoys of the Motherland.
The Prime Minister especially thanked those families having hosted young visitors, and urged the latter to return to their Homeland.
In conclusion, the head of the executive handed in presents to the winners of “Ari Tun” project, responded to a broad spectrum of questions asked by those in attendance, danced with them and attended a gala concert.

April 2020