A Book On The Establishment Of Armenian Embassy In Egypt Was Present


OCTOBER 22, 2012

YEREVAN, OCTOBER 22, ARMENPRESS: The presentation of outstanding
intellectual, national, public figure Berdj Terzian book , on the
establishment of Armenian Embassy in Egypt was launched in Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia. As Information and public
relations department informed Armenpress, the book was dedicated to the
origin of 20 year dating Armenian-Egyptian relations, particularly the
establishment of Armenian Embassy in Egypt and its further successes.

Edward Nalbandyan, the head of the Foreign Ministry came forth with a
speech. Nalbandyan stated Terzian as Honorary Chairman of AGBU Cairo
Chapter was not only the witness of establishment of Armenian Embassy
has contributed his time and energy over the years to its subsequent
operation, and reportedly he wants to utter words of gratitude to
the author.

Armenia’s Foreign Ministry head underscored Armenian and Egyptian
peoples have many centuries long and close relations with a traditional
friendship and sympathy tested by the history.This book is a tribute
to the Egyptian community, who have always been next to the Embassy,
contributed to its activities. All community structures, jointly with
Egyptian Armenians joined efforts to the establishment of Armenian

I had a number of opportunities to express my words of assessment to
Egyptian Armenian unique community; we are related with the warmest
memories. “Currently I would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Terzian, great
benefactor Vard Alexanian and his wife and on behalf of them to all our
compatriots living in Egypt” Minister Nalbandyan wrapped up his speech.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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