Estonia-based Armenian writer briefs PM on her future plans

Estonia-based Armenian writer briefs PM on her future plans

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan met on June 15 with Estonia-based famed Armenian writer Gohar Markosian-Kasper, currently in Armenia in the framework of “Everybody goes to Yerevan” project.

Welcoming the guest, Prime Minister Sargsyan said, “You enjoy popularity among readers.”

The writer briefed the prime minister on the upcoming publication of his novel and her future plans. Cultural prospects in Armenia and the developments in the field were further discussed.

Gohar Markosian-Kasper’s works were translated into English, German, Estonian and other languages, government’s press service reported.

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