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"One Hundred Questions, 
One Hundred Answers"

Dialogue

You can ask your questions to Armenia's First Minister of Foreign Affairs Raffi Hovannisian.

Կարող եք Ձեր հարցերն ուղղել Հայաստանի առաջին արտգործնախարար Րաֆֆի Հովհաննիսյանին:

 


"One Hundred Questions,
 One Hundred Answers

Dialogue
The Civilitas Foundation cordially invites you
to the next discussion in the series:
"One Hundred Questions,

One Hundred Answers


"

This month's guest is
Pargev Ohanyan
Former Judge

Discussion is moderated by
Aram Abrahamyan
Editor-in-Chief of Aravot Daily



The event will take place at the

Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan, Rossini Hall,

on Wednesday, March 7 at 2 p.m.


To confirm your participation,

please call 010 500-119.

Number of places is limited.
Simultaneous translation will be provided.
You can post your questions ahead of time.
 

"One Hundred Questions, One Hundred Answers"

Dialogue

You can ask your questions to Former Judge  Pargev Ohanyan.

Կարող եք Ձեր հարցերն ուղղել նախկին դատավոր Պարգև Օհանյանին:

 



"One Hundred Questions, 
One Hundred Answers"



Dialogue

You can ask your questions to the Former Armenian Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Arzumanyan.

Կարող եք Ձեր հարցերն ուղղել Հայաստանի նախկին արտգործնախարար Ալեքսանդր Արզումանյանին:

 

One Hundred Questions, One Hundred Answers

Dialogue

You can ask your questions to the former U.S. Ambassador to Armenia John Marshall Evans.

Կարող եք Ձեր հարցերն ուղղել Հայաստանում ԱՄՆ նախկին դեսպան, Ջոն Մարշալ Էվանսին:

 

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