BANK VTB (ARMENIA) RECEIVED A CERTIFICATE OF GRATITUDE FOR SUPPORTING IN RESTORATION OF MILITARY MEMORIAL IN THE CITY DILIJAN
Sep 6, 2011
YEREVAN, September 6. /ARKA/. Bank VTB (Armenia) received a gratitude
certificate from Dilijan Municipality for supporting in restoration
and maintenance of the memorial to Soviet soldiers in Dilijan,
press-service of the Bank informed “ARKA”.
City Mayor of Dilijan Armen Santrosyan handled the certificate to
General Director of Bank VTB (Armenia) Valeri Ovsyannikov on Saturday
during the official opening ceremony of the restored monument –
the greatest monument to the heroes of the Great World War II in
Santrosyan thanked Ovsyannikov and wished the management and the staff
of the Bank further prosperity and achievements in their activity.
Ovsyannikov thanked the City Mayor and administration of Dilijan
for their attention. “Cooperation of Bank VTB (Armenia) and the
administration of the city Dilijan in recent years is developing
successfully in several directions. I hope that this positive trend
has all pre-conditions for continuation and expansion for the benefit
of the city and the people of Dilijan”, he said.
The event in Dilijan which took place on the territory of the memorial
to Soviet soldiers – heroes of the Great World War II was dedicated
to 66th anniversary of the end of the war.
Veterans of war from Yerevan and other cities of Armenia,
schoolchildren, students, representatives of the society of Dilijan
and Tavush region, Dilijan administration, official representatives
of Russian Embassy in Armenia, management of “Rosgossotrudnichestvvo”
in Armenia, Fund of Support to Russians in Armenia, representatives
of Russian community in Armenia, veteran organizations, delegation
of Bank VTB (Armenia) and mass media participated in the event.
CJSC “Bank VTB (Armenia)” became participant of international financial
group VTB in April 2004. Currently it is the second largest in Russia,
VTB Bank (CJSC) owning 100% of shares of “Bank VTB (Armenia)”. The
Bank is traditionally among the leaders of the banking system of
Armenia by a number of key indicators. The Bank now owns the largest
branch network in the country – 68 branches