OCP Delegate Dr Rubina Khachatryan of Armenia meets Catholicose Baselios Paulose II & the Indian Orthodox Malankara Delegation

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on April 28, 2015

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OCP News Service – 28/4/15

Yerevan: Before departure from Armenia, His Holiness Baselios Paulose II (Catholicos on the Apostolic Throne of St. Thomas and Metropolitan of Malankara) and the delegation from Indian Orthodox Church received Dr. Rubin (Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE Delegate of Yerevan & All Armenia) 25th April, Saturday 2015. She also represents the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church to the OCP Delegate Council.

Dr. Rubina first met Malankara delegation at the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin and then joined them for lunch. She spoke in detail about the Armenian Genocide and her grandfather who was a genocide survivor from Van, Western Armenia. Rubina sang a beautiful Armenian song called Kilikia (Cilicia), which is about the lost motherland. Fr Dr. K M George on behalf of the Indian Orthodox Malankara Church gave a short interview and thanked Rubin. Catholicose Baselios Paulose II presented her with a beautiful gift.

Dr. Rubina was the acting reporter for OCP Media Network (World’s Largest Pan-Orthodox Christian News Portal) in Armenia during the Genocide Centennial Commemorations.

About Dr. Rubina Khachatryan
Representing the Armenian Apostolic Church to OCP, Rubina is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) with Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM), Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). She is presently serving as the Graduate Student Council president of the American University of Armenia (AUA). Rubina is also the secretary of the World Armenian Church Youth Union University Spiritual Commission.

Source:
OCP News Service

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