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Artsakh participates in Youth in Action project

Artsakh participates in Youth in Action project

PanARMENIAN.Net - Artsakh Youth Development Center NGO representatives participated on Switzerland-hosted Youth in Action project.

The EU-funded project brought together 17 people from 6 countries, including Switzerland, France, Armenia, Artsakh Republic, Georgia and Azerbaijan. The four-day meetings featured discussions of prospects on joint programs.

The NGO director Susanna Petrosyan noted that for the first time Artsakh was represented by a separate group of participants at the event.

“The project enables the youth representatives to familiarize themselves with the cultures of other people and brief other participants on their own country and history,” Ms. Petrosyan said.

The NGO is going to address Youth in Action organizers with an offer to host the next program in Artsakh.

“That will be our second victory,” karabakh-open.info quoted the organization head as saying.

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