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400 Syria’s Armenians employed in homeland

400 Syria’s Armenians employed in homeland

PanARMENIAN.Net - Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan has noted accommodation and job related problems as priorities for Syrian Armenians in homeland.

Minister Hakobyan stressed the need for Syrian Armenians to move from downtown Yerevan to the city suburbs due to the high rentals costs in the center.

Dwelling on the employment problem, she said 400 out of 700 Syrian Armenians having applied for jobs are already employed.

As the for the education related problems, Minister Hakobyan said the elaborated programs envisage long-term education for Syrian Armenian children.

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