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Georgia-based Armenian language Vrastan newspaper marks 90th anniversary

PanARMENIAN.Net - Georgia-based Armenian language Vrastan newspaper marks its 90th anniversary.

Presidents of Armenia and Georgia congratulated the newspaper staff and praised their activity aimed at strengthening friendly relations between the two neighbor nations, Georgia Online reported.

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