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ASHOT HOVAKIMIAN APPOINTED RA AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY TO AUSTRIA, ASHOT GALOYAN TO POLAND

Noyan Tapan Armenians Today Dec 26 2005

YEREVAN, DECEMBER 26, NOYAN TAPAN - ARMENIANS TODAY. By the December 24 decree of RA President Robert Kocharian, Ashot Hovakimian was discharged the commissions of the RA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Poland, and Jivan Tabibian to the Republic of Austria. As Noyan Tapan was informed by the RA President's Press Office, Ashot Hovakimian was appointed the RA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Austria (residence in Vienna), and Ashot Galoyan to the Republic of Poland (residence in Warsaw).


AMBASSADOR ASHOT HOVAKIMIAN MEETS WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF HIGHEST AUTHORITIES OF POLAND ON OCCASION OF FINISHING HIS OFFICIATING

Noyan Tapan Armenians Today Jan 23 2006

WARSAW, JANUARY 23, NOYAN TAPAN - ARMENIANS TODAY. Ashot Hovakimian, the RA Ambassador to Poland, had a number of meetings with representatives of the highest authorities of that country on the occasion of finishing his officiating. (Aleksander Kwasniewski)

A few days before finishing his parliamentary term, the RA Ambassador was received by President of Poland Alexander Kwashnevski who appreciated the RA Ambassador's activity, expressing a hope that the future of the Armenian-Polish relations in the joint Europe is cooperation.

As Noyan Tapan was informed by the RA Foreign Ministry's Press and Information Department, the RA Ambassador had meetings with Marek Jurek, the Sejm Marshall of Poland; Bogdan Borusewicz, the Senate Marshall; Marek Safjan, the Chairman of the Constitutional Tribunal; Stefan Meller, the Minister of Foreign Affairs; Stanislaw Koziej, the State Secretary of Defence. Lech Walesa, the former President of Poland, Nobel Prize laureate also received the Ambassador.

The Ambassador visited Krakow, met with the city authorities of Krakow and the Armenian community.

A reception was given on January 17 on the occasion of Ashot Hovakimian's finishing his mission at which the Senate Marshall, Government members, deputies, numerous ambassadors, representatives of the Armenian community were present.

By the Polish President's decree, Ashot Hovakimian was awarded Krzyz Komandorski Orderu Zaslugi. The Ambassador was awarded the Krakow city silver medal by the City Council of Krakow.


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