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Armenian President visits Patriarch Ilia II of All Georgia

December 28, 2017 Featured

Public Radio of Armenia – 28/12/17 On a visit to Tbilisi, President Serzh Sargsyan had a meeting with His Holiness Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II of All Georgia. On behalf of the Armenian nation and on his own behalf the President congratulated the Catholicos on the 40th anniversary of enthronement, emphasizing the efforts he has taken towards the strengthening of […]

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President Sargsyan visits St. Etchmiadzin Church of Tbilisi

November 30, 2011 News

Gita Elibekyan “Radiolur” Tbilisi 30.11.201 President Serzh Sargsyan and Mrs. Rita Sargsyan visited the St. Etchmiadzin Church in Tbilisi’s Havlabar district and participated in the ceremony of opening of Melik Mantashyan’s bust. “A man who lived, created and invested all he had in the development of Armenian education and culture,” head of the Georgian Diocese […]

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President Sargsyan attends the opening of the Armenian Apostolic Church complex in Moscow

October 25, 2011 News

24.10.2011 At the invitation of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, President Serzh Sargsyan arrived in Moscow on a state visit. The President of Armenia visited the newly constructed Armenian Apostolic Church complex in Moscow, participated in the ceremony of consecration of the doom cross of the Cathedral and the ceremony of blessing. […]

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Serzh Sargsyan: Armenian peacemakers in Kosovo took every effort to protect Serbian Churches

April 5, 2011 News

5/4/2011 PanARMENIAN.Net – Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, currently on official visit to Serbia, met with the Patriarch Irinej of Serbia. At the meeting, the parties emphasized the importance of preserving and strengthening warm relations between the Armenian Apostolic and Serbian Orthodox Churches. Stressing the role of the church in the history of the Armenian nation, […]

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