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MATENADARAN DIRECTOR RETIRES
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Sen Arevshatyan is a renowned scientist, academician.
  
Academician Sen Arevshatyan resigned today from the post of director of [[Matenadaran]], a museum of ancient manuscripts. The ministry of education and science awarded the academician with a golden memorial medal.
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In August [[2007]] Arevshatyan resigned from the post of director of [[Matenadaran]], a museum of ancient manuscripts, after 25 years in office.
  
Levon Mkrtchyan, minister of education and science, recalled that Arevshatyan enriched the museum with 1000 manuscripts in the course of 25 years in office. The minister said Arevshatyan will not direct the museum due to pension age but will be the chairman of the museum governing board.
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[[Levon Mkrtchyan]], by 2007 minister of education and science of RA, recalled that Arevshatyan enriched the museum with 1000 manuscripts.
  
An acting director will be appointed in the course of one week. The ministry of education and science will form a board to elect a new director in a closed voting in one month.  
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The ministry of education and science awarded Arevshatyan with a golden memorial medal.
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Arevshatyan retired due to pension age but was held as the chairman of the museum governing board.
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After resignation the ministry of education and science formed a board to elect a new director in a closed voting.
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Latest revision as of 20:28, 28 February 2009

Sen Arevshatyan is a renowned scientist, academician.

In August 2007 Arevshatyan resigned from the post of director of Matenadaran, a museum of ancient manuscripts, after 25 years in office.

Levon Mkrtchyan, by 2007 minister of education and science of RA, recalled that Arevshatyan enriched the museum with 1000 manuscripts.

The ministry of education and science awarded Arevshatyan with a golden memorial medal.

Arevshatyan retired due to pension age but was held as the chairman of the museum governing board.

After resignation the ministry of education and science formed a board to elect a new director in a closed voting.


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