Armen Liloyan Meets With Armenian Community Of San Francisco

ARMEN LILOYAN MEETS WITH ARMENIAN COMMUNITY OF SAN FRANCISCO

Noyan Tapan
April 18, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 18, ARMENIANS TODAY – NOYAN TAPAN. Armen Liloyan,
the RA Consul General in Los Angeles, paid a working visit to San
Francisco on April 11-13 for the purpose of holding meetings with
the local community.

On April 11, the Consul General visited the Kruzian Zakarian Armenian
school and became acquainted with the activities and problems of the
school, met with teachers and pupils and answered the questions they
were interested in.

On the same day Armen Liloyan gave a lecture in the Berkley University,
in which he presented the economic, home and foreign political problems
of Armenia, the recent developments of the region. After the lecture
he answered the numerous questions of those present.

In the evening the Consul General visited the Armenian National
Committee of San Francisco, where he met with the staff, as well as
the representatives of different national structures. There was an
exchange of ideas on the domestic political situation of Armenia as
well as on the challenges of foreign policy.

On April 12 Armen Liloyan took part in the annual dinner party of
the BAFA charity organization implementing health, educational and
social assistance programs in Armenia.

The Armenian diplomat spoke about the economic and democratic state of
Armenia, the Armenia-Diaspora cooperation prospects and the existing
problems in his speech.

On April 13 the Consul General took part in the liturgy, which took
place in the St. Vardan Armenian Apostolic Church of Oakland, after
which he made a speech in the hall near the church dedicated to the
priorities of the domestic and foreign policy of Armenia and the
coopertion with the Diaspora.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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