Lebanon hosts discussion of Genocide 100th anniversary events agenda

Lebanon hosts discussion of Genocide 100th anniversary events agenda

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lebanon hosted the joint sitting of the country’s central and intercultural bodies, dedicated to 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide. The sitting was headed by Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon Ashot Kocharyan.

The agenda of upcoming Genocide-related events was discussed at the sitting, with the necessity of close cooperation between the structures involved mutually emphasized.

Joint Genocide-related programs of Lebanon-based cultural unions as well as their cooperation with Armenia’s cultural structures was also discussed, Armenian Foreign Ministry press service reported.

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