Armenia Has New Deputy Diaspora Minister
News.Am October 04, 2012 | 11:20
YEREVAN. - Armenia's Diaspora Ministry Has A New Deputy Minister.
Pursuant To The Regulation Specified By The 2007 Order Of Armenia's President, And Upon Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan's Decision, Davit Karapetyan Is Appointed Deputy Minister Of Diaspora Of The Rep. Of Armenia, The Government Press Service Informs.
Karapetyan Was Born On August 25, 1981 In Goris City.
He Is An Armed Forces Reserve Officer And Has Been Awarded With The "Armenian Armed Forces: 20 Years" Anniversary Medal.
He Is Fluent In Armenian, English, French, Farsi, And Russian.
Davit Karapetyan is a member of the ruling coalition's Orinats Yerkir (Rule of Law) Party.
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