Center of legal assistance to Armenians in Russia founded in Moscow

PanARMENIAN.Net - A center of legal assistance to Armenians of Russia has been founded in Moscow, head of Russian Society for Friendship and Cooperation with Armenia (RSFCA) Viktor Krivopuskov stated to the PanARMENIAN.Net journalist. He said, the center will assist Armenians, who became victims of xenophobia and intolerance. "We examine every case in individual order, but necessarily it must not have any connection with the criminal world," he underlined.

The President of RSFCA also informed that during his visit to Yerevan he had meetings with Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian, Defense Minister Mikael Haroutyunyan and Chairman of the Armenian Writers' Union Levon Ananyan. "At the meetings we have discussed ways of deepening ties and cooperation between Armenia and Russia in future, as well as further steps of activating activities of RSFCA," Krivopuskov said.

"In September 2007 we are planning to hold joint events in Yerevan in the framework of the Year of Russian Language together with CIS International Writers' Union. We have also agreed to cooperate with "Amaras" publishing house, according to which books of Russian and Armenian writers will be published," Viktor Krivopuskov underscored.
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