Artsakh leader, U.S. philanthropists discuss cooperation

Artsakh leader, U.S. philanthropists discuss cooperation

PanARMENIAN.Net - On August 24, Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan met Armenian American philanthropists Hagop and Hilda Baghdassarian to discuss implementation of various programs in Artsakh and expansion of cooperation.

President Sahakyan expressed his gratitude to the philanthropists for their constant assistance offered to Artsakh people, in particular for the apartments provided to the families of perished freedom fighters.

Minister of municipal engineering Karen Shahramanyan also attended the meeting, Central Information Department at Artsakh President's Office reported.

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