Edmon Marukyan resigns as Pashinyan’s Ambassador at Large

Edmon Marukyan resigns as Pashinyan’s Ambassador at Large

PanARMENIAN.Net - Edmon Marukyan has submitted his resignation as Ambassador at Large to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, Marukyan himself said Thursday, February 29.

“I have assumed this responsibility in a very difficult period for our State and the region in general and have performed my duties in this mission with high sense of responsibility and devotion. However, the difference in our visions regarding a number of fundamental foreign policy issues in the recent months, makes my further involvement impossible in Armenia’s foreign affairs,” Marukyan said.

“I assure you that I will continue to serve the state and the people and invest my knowledge, experience and international network in the defense of national interests of the Republic of Armenia.

“God bless the Republic of Armenia!”

Marukyan was appointed ambassador-at-large on March 14, 2022.

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