Apple co-founder to check-in in Yerevan

Apple co-founder to check-in in Yerevan

PanARMENIAN.Net - On November 10, Apple co-founder Stephen Wozniak will arrive in Yerevan on a 2-day visit on the invitation of Presidential IT Awards Committee.

In Armenian capital, Wozniak will be granted Serzh Sargsyan’s award for major contribution to the development of IT sector.

As Synopsys Armenia PR department head Gayane Markosyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, meetings with PM Tigran Sargsyan, governmental officials, IT experts and students are on Wozniak's visit agenda, with discussion issues to be announced later.

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