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Thursday, 9 April 2015

PM Welcomes Kardashian Family

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan received members of Kardashian family.

Welcoming the guests, the Premier hailed Kardashian family’s contribution to the cause of international recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, highlighting their visit’s importance in the run-up to the Genocide Centennial.

Hovik Abrahamyan stressed the fact that like all Armenians worldwide, the Kardashian family never forgot their ethnic roots, trying to render the homeland more recognizable by paying visits like this.

Thankful for the reception, the Kardashians said to be highly impressed by the friendly attitude they were shown in homeland. They said to be going to visit different historical places in Armenia to get familiar with their ancestors’ cultural heritage and discover the ancestral land.

The sisters said they had long dreamed of their historical homeland and were happy to be in the country of their dream. They apologized for not speaking Armenian and said to be trying to learn the native language.

Stressing that they would continue to actively fight for the recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, the Kardashyans emphasized the need for all Armenians to rally to the cause of the Armenian Genocide.

In conclusion, the Kardashian sisters were offered forget-me-not flowers, which symbolize the Genocide Centennial.


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