October 30, 2012 - 13:43 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Jewellers Association (AJA), together with RA government is developing a joint strategy for the creation of Jewelry Free Zone in the republic, AJA president said.
“We are confident that we can achieve greater success in our businesses through cooperation. By combining our potential and uniting our collective experience, we can initiate new projects together, bring new investments and open new perspectives for the development of our motherland. For all this, today, more than ever, there are favorable conditions, as we have the support of the Armenian government,” Gagik Gevorkian said during October 30 Yerevan-hosted jewelry conference.
“The key mission and goal of our organization is to unite the Armenian jewelers, diamond and watch producers from all over the world around Armenia,” the AJA head said, noting the exhibition as an important event in the region.
The exhibit to last through October 31 was dated to 15th anniversary of AJA formation. As Mr. Gevorkian told journalists, Armenia will for the first time be celebrating the National Jeweler’s Day this year.
The exhibit features works of U.S., Russian, Thai, Lebanese, Indian, Turkish, Chinese, Australian jewellery masters, with the World Jewellery Confederation President Gaetano Cavalieri to attend the event.