Hranush Hakobyan Urged Journalist From Diaspora To Organize Extensiv

HRANUSH HAKOBYAN URGED JOURNALIST FROM DIASPORA TO ORGANIZE EXTENSIVE DISCUSSIONS ON ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

19:19, 27 March, 2013

YEREVAN, MARCH 27, ARMENPRESS: 6th session of coordinating body of
all-Armenian journalists’ conference took place on March 27 with
participation of Armenian Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan. As
Armenpress was informed from press and public relations department of
Armenian Ministry of Diaspora, results of 6th session of all-Armenian
journalists’ conference and raised issues had been discussed at the
session. Participants of the session referred to the feedback of
press and media on Karabakh movement and 25th anniversary of Sumgait
massacre, 2013 “Diaspora” summer trainings and other issues regarding
upcoming regional gatherings of the press.

Armenian Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan has noted that ahead
of 2015, 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide, it is necessary
to exploit all the possibilities to have extensive discussions on
Armenian Genocide abroad. In this term it is necessary to carry out
some work with representatives of foreign press.

Harut Sassounian, Armenian-American writer, public activist and
publisher of The California Courier, has also referred to the events
related to 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide. As the core things
to do he underlined three points: to define the goals, events to be
organized and resources needed for implementation of those events.

Other Armenian representatives of Diaspora press participated in
the session.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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