Expert: Diaspora must have faith in Armenia’s readiness to help it

Expert: Diaspora must have faith in Armenia’s readiness to help it

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia must take every step for the Diaspora to be confident of homeland’s readiness to support it in the face of hardships, Director of RA NAS Institute of Oriental Studies said.

“We must acknowledge the fact of having a large diaspora, which must be confident of its homeland’s support in case of necessity. People must have faith in Armenia’s ability to help them when in need,” Ruben Safrastyan told a conference, stressing the need for RA Foreign Ministry to work in that direction.

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