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Thursday, 13 August 2015

Prime Minister Attends Sixth Pan-Armenian Games Closing Ceremony







Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan attended the closing ceremony of the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games at Yerevan’s Liberty Square. On the occasion, the Prime Minister delivered a speech, in which he stated in part:

“Dear Compatriots,
Ladies and Gentlemen:

On behalf of the Government of the Republic of Armenia and on my own behalf, I congratulate all of us on the fact that the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games were organized and held at highest level.

During the past eleven days, the capital city of Yerevan was a unique gathering venue for Armenian athletes from all over the world. In addition to competing in various sports events, you had the opportunity to establish new contacts and make new friends with our compatriots from around the world.

I firmly believe that the Pan-Armenian Games’ main achievement is to bring together thousands of Armenian teenagers in Homeland, thereby giving a new impetus to the strengthening of the Armenia-Artsakh-Diaspora trinity. In this regard, the Pan-Armenian Games are one of those tournaments where there are no winners and losers. We all are winners as the Pan-Armenian Games stand for the real proof of our unity.

Dear athletes,

It is emblematic that the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games were held in parallel with the Genocide 100th anniversary commemorations. In this landmark year of remembrance, the Games once again united all Armenians in the Motherland, providing an Armenian-spirited environment. This again emphasizes the environment and the power of our unity, which is the main guarantee of future development and acquisitions. I am confident that you will continue to preserve the Armenian identity abroad and endeavor toward strengthening our national identity.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am pleased to note that as compared to the previous games, the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games were attended by more than six thousand athletes, which is unprecedented. During this time, you came home with many of your relatives, friends, coaches, friends and fans. I am sure that even more people will participate in the upcoming Seventh Pan-Armenian Games, and the event will continue implementing its pro-Armenian mission.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Please be assured that for each of us living in Homeland, you are always welcome and long-awaited. Therefore, I am urging you to take every opportunity to visit Armenia and Artsakh so as to enjoy your Motherland’s warmth and the caring attitude of your fellow countrymen.

In conclusion, I would like to wish every success and many new achievements to all of you, as well as good luck and good return. See you later again in the Motherland. I declare the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games closed.”
During the event, the Prime Minister handed out special awards established in six nominations by the World Committee of Pan-Armenian Games. The Best Delegation award went to the delegation of Montreal (Canada), The Fair Game award was given to the delegation of Nicosia (Cyprus), The Sporting Spirit and Endurance award went to the delegation of Isfahan (Iran), the delegation of Mush won the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games’ Revelation prize and, finally, the Sixth Pan-Armenian Games Beauty award was provided to Diana Tumanova (Tbilisi).

 

 

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