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Areg Hovhannisyan is a diplomat. He has been ambassador in [[Lebanon]] for 4 years till the beginning of ''2006''.
  
Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon Awarded Cilician Knight Order
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On [[January 9]] [[2006]] a reception was organized at the [[Armenian Embassy]] in Lebanon on the occasion of completion of the diplomatic mission of Areg Hovhannisyan as an [[Armenian Ambassador]] to Lebanon.
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Lebanese Government members, MP, heads of foreign diplomatic missions, Armenian community religious leaders, NGO representatives and businessmen were present at the event.
  
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During his diplomatic mission Hovhannisyan supported Lebanese authorities and people in strengthening democracy and state sovereignty. On the other hand Armenian community members and organizations very much supported establishment of Armenia-Lebanese relations.
  
/PanARMENIAN.Net/ January 9 a reception was organized at the Armenian
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On behalf of [[Aram I]], the Catholicos of the [[Great House of Cilicia Kingdom]], head of the Armenian Diocese in Lebanon Gegham Khacheryan awarded Hovhannisyan with Cilician Knight Orders.
Embassy in Lebanon on the occasion of completion of the diplomatic mission
 
of Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon Areg Hovhannisyan, reported the Press
 
Service of the Armenian MFA. Lebanese Government members, MP, heads of
 
foreign diplomatic missions, Armenian community religious leaders, NGO
 
representatives, businessmen were present at the event. In his speech A.
 
Hovhannisyan spoke about the past 4 years of his office at the Armenian
 
Embassy. He presented the cooperation prospects. The Armenian diplomat
 
supported Lebanese authorities and people in strengthening democracy and
 
state sovereignty. He thanked political and public circles of the hospitable
 
country. Mr. Hovhannisyan hoped for Lebanon to restore stability soon. The
 
Ambassador specially thanked Armenian community members and organizations
 
for support to establishment of Armenia-Lebanese relations. On behalf of  
 
Aram I, the Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia Kingdom, head of the  
 
Armenian Diocese in Lebanon Gegham Khacheryan awarded A. Hovhannisyan with  
 
Cilician Knight orders. A. Hovhannisyan had been awarded Grand Officer order
 
by the Lebanese President and St. Vardan order on behalf of the Armenian
 
Diocese of Lebanon.
 
  
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Hovhannisyan had been awarded Grand Officer Order by the [[Lebanese President]] and St. Vardan order on behalf of the Armenian Diocese of Lebanon.
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==Sources==
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*''Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon Awarded Cilician Knight Order'', By Catherine Dunphy. /PanARMENIAN.Net/, January 14, 2006
  
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Hovhannisyan, Areg]]
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Hovhannisyan, Areg]]

Revision as of 12:19, 24 June 2008

Areg Hovhannisyan is a diplomat. He has been ambassador in Lebanon for 4 years till the beginning of 2006.

On January 9 2006 a reception was organized at the Armenian Embassy in Lebanon on the occasion of completion of the diplomatic mission of Areg Hovhannisyan as an Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon. Lebanese Government members, MP, heads of foreign diplomatic missions, Armenian community religious leaders, NGO representatives and businessmen were present at the event.

During his diplomatic mission Hovhannisyan supported Lebanese authorities and people in strengthening democracy and state sovereignty. On the other hand Armenian community members and organizations very much supported establishment of Armenia-Lebanese relations.

On behalf of Aram I, the Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia Kingdom, head of the Armenian Diocese in Lebanon Gegham Khacheryan awarded Hovhannisyan with Cilician Knight Orders.

Hovhannisyan had been awarded Grand Officer Order by the Lebanese President and St. Vardan order on behalf of the Armenian Diocese of Lebanon.


Sources

  • Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon Awarded Cilician Knight Order, By Catherine Dunphy. /PanARMENIAN.Net/, January 14, 2006