Armenia's First Republic Day celebrated in Athens
May 29, 2013 - 12:37 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's First Republic Day celebrations were held in Athens, organized by RA embassy and ARF Dashnaktsutyun’s Central Committee in Greece.
Armenia's First Republic Day celebrations were held in Athens, organized by RA embassy and ARF Dashnaktsutyun’s Central Committee in Greece.
The event featured a concert by Folk Instruments Ensemble and ARF youth union’s choir.
Ambassador Gagik Ghalachyan, Greek Armenian national board leader Ara Mangoyan, Prelate of Armenian Diocese of Greece Bishop Khoren Doghramadjian and representatives of Greek Armenian organizations attended the event.
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