Prometey Bank finances charity flights for Syrian Armenian children

Prometey Bank finances charity flights for Syrian Armenian children

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prometey Bank, acknowledging the importance of national unity in strengthening of Armenia-Diaspora ties, has financed charity flights aiming to organize Syrian Armenian children’s rest in homeland.

In the framework of RA Diaspora Ministry's “Come Home 2012” program, young participants will visit historic sites, followed by rest in summer camps, the bank’s press service reported.

Yerevan-Damascus-Yerevan charity flights will operate on August 9 and 23.

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