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Thursday, 13 December 2012

Tigran Sargsyan Delivers Lecture In Harvard University





Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan called at Harvard University in the frame of his working visit to the United States.

The head of government had a meeting-lecture in one of the world’s leading universities - Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University).

After making a note in the guestbook of top-ranking officials, the Prime Minister met with the faculty and students of Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Tufts University.

The meeting was attended by former senior U.S. diplomats, public servants engaged in scientific work, as well as Luys Foundation beneficiaries from the leading universities of the State of Massachusetts.

The Premier spoke about domestic and foreign policy issues associated with economic challenges.

At the request of those present, Tigran Sargsyan dwelt on the government’s fight against oligopolies and corruption, economic development prospects and the main directions of foreign policy.

Thanking the audience, the Prime Minister said, “Meetings like this help understand the way decision-makers are thinking.” Tigran Sargsyan stressed the importance of human contacts and thanked the organizers for the interesting meeting.
 

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