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Saturday, 27 November 2004

Today the Jubilee Commission for Coordination of Preparations for the 70th Anniversary of Hrant Matevosyan's Birth has held a meeting presided at by Prime Minister Andranik Margaryan. The meeting was attended by representatives from Hrant Matevosyan Foundation's Board of Trustees. The Commission discussed the jubilee action plan featuring about twenty events to be held in Yerevan and in the regions, including the writer's place of birth. On the occasion of this jubilee, the literary legacy of the famous writer would possibly be presented beyond the boundaries of Armenia. Under the action plan submitted to the Commission, the great writer's selected works in two volumes and a collection of his yet unpublished works will be out, as well as their presentation and a show of his books will be held at the National Library. Among the events dedicated to the jubilee, a literary award after the writer is expected to be established by the Union of Armenian Writers and a similar scholarship will be set up in the teacher-training colleges of Yerevan, Vanadzor and Stepanakert, as well as schools and streets will be named after the writer in all the regions of the republic. TV shows and radio transmissions on Hrant Matevosyan

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