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Friday, 12 December 2014

PM Meets with Armenian Community Representatives in Tbilisi

On the second day of his official visit to Georgia, the members of Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan-led government delegation visited the Heroes’ Square in Tbilisi and laid a wreath at the monument.

The Prime Minister also called at Havlabar residential district in Tbilisi where he went to Khojivank pantheon of Armenian writers and public figures to get acquainted with the ongoing improvements and paid tribute to the memory of great Armenians.

Hovik Abrahamyan left the pantheon for the Church of St. Echmiadzin, where the Prime Minister met with the leader of the Georgian Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanyan and the representatives of the Armenian community in Georgia.

The Head of Government laid flowers to the monument perpetuating the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, situated in the territory of the Church of St. Echmiadzin. Then the Prime Minister went around the Church-affiliated Hayartun center of education, culture and youth of the Georgian Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church and attended the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the 190th anniversary of the founding of Nersisyan School.

In his speech, the Prime Minister thanked our compatriots of Georgia for the warm welcome and pointed out the important role of the Armenian community in the development of Armenian-Georgian friendship.

According to Hovik Abrahamyan, the Armenian community of Georgia acts as a reliable bridge and strong support linking the two friendly neighboring nations. Referring to the results of the official visit to Georgia, the Premier noted that the Armenian-Georgian cooperation is developing in an atmosphere of mutual trust, which is a guarantee for further development and strengthening of relations.

Hovik Abrahamyan assured that the problems of the Armenian community in Georgia are always in the spotlight of the Armenian authorities and over the past few years the Government of Armenia implemented numerous programs to help the Armenian community organize cultural, scientific and educational activities, and strengthen ties with the Homeland.

The Head of Government noted the importance of having a united and organized community, which makes it possible to preserve cultural and linguistic values and the Armenian identity in the new generation of the Diaspora. Concluding his speech, the Prime Minister assured that the Armenian authorities will continue with the effort to support the Armenian community in Georgia.

For significant contribution to the preservation of the Armenian identity, Director of Hayartun center of education, culture and youth Levon Chidilyan, Director of Davryan family puppet center Jeanne Davtyan and Coordinator of the Minority-Language Teaching Aids Department for National Training Programs of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia Karine Manukyan were awarded the commemorative medal of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.

The Ministry of Diaspora awarded Chief Editor of Kamurj (Bridge) yearbook Anahit Bostanjyan the Medal of Hagop Meghapart of the Mekhitarist Order, while Head of Nerses Shnorhali children’s choir Maria Abulyan was presented with the Medal of Komitas.
The Premier also congratulated the representatives of the Armenian community on the upcoming holidays and made a donation to the preparatory class of Hayartun center of education, culture and youth.

At this point, Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan is having a face to face meeting with President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili at the Georgian Presidency.

July 2020