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    Vice-speaker of Armenian parliament highly appreciates the visit by
    Russian public figures to Karabakh

    by Alexandr Avanesov

    Saturday, August 31, 17:29

    Vice speaker of the Armenian parliament Edward Sharmazanov yesterday
    received a group of Russian journalists and public figures who had
    visited Artsakh: Anna Chapman, Yekaterina Panina, Sergei Karnaukhov,
    Irina Polmacheva, Pavel Sigal, and Chairman of Russian-Armenian
    Cooperation NGO Yuri Navoyan.

    As press service of Armenia's National Assembly reported, Sharmazanov
    highly appreciated the initiative of Russian public figures to visit
    Nagorno Karabakh in person and learn the truth about Artsakh and its
    people. Attaching importance to the strong interstate relationship
    between Armenia and Russia in various spheres, the vice speaker spoke
    about the necessity of active social contacts aimed at further
    strengthening of these relations, as well as about efforts and a
    compassionate attitude to support and assist each other.

    The Russian reporters and public figures spoke with admiration about
    endurance and solidarity of the hospitable people of Artsakh and their
    determination to live in an independent and prosperous state. They
    said unanimously that peacefulness is one of the characteristic
    qualities of Artsakh residents. They assured E. Sharmazanov that their
    initiative will continue and that they have serious goals to implement
    various cultural and humanitarian programs in Artsakh.

    The guests told Sharmazanov that the previous day they visited the
    Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex, paid tribute to the memory of the
    Genocide victims and decided to hold events ahead of the centenary of
    the Armenian Genocide with the aim of preventing such barbarities in
    the future.

    From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress