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Armenian Prime Minister met with Armenian children from Syria2012-08-14 12:22
Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisyan has visited children camp "Lusabats", located in Hankavan, to meet with Armenian children from Syria.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his welcoming speech Tigran Sarkisyan said: "Dear children, first I want to welcome you on behalf of President Serzh Sargsyan and deliver his warm greetings to you and all your families, because the issue is in the center of attention of the President; and all those activities we are implementing for Armenian children in Syria, they are being carried out under the high patronage of the President".
Sarkisyan examinated children rooms in the camp and got acquainted with the conditions of life and leisure. Later, he had lunch with the children and talked to them, the Armenia Today reported.
Meanwhile, according to the NEWS.am, Armenian Consul General Grigor Hovhannisyan stated Armenia expected the international community to help in recieving and providing shelter to potential refugees from Syria.
August 9, 2012, Armenia received first group of Armenian children from Syria, consisting of 120 people, to spend holidays in Armenia during the summer. Freight costs of Armenian children from Damascus and Aleppo and organization of their holiday is provided by the Government of Armenia with the assistance of the private sector.