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 Wednesday, September 20 2017 16:19
Naira Badalyan

Vache Gabrielyan stands for  the use of the professional potential of  the Armenian Diaspora

Vache Gabrielyan stands for  the use of the professional potential of  the Armenian Diaspora

ArmInfo. Armenia is ready to deepen work with professionals from the Armenian Diaspora. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of International Economic Integration and  Reforms of Armenia Vache Gabrielyan stated this on September 20 in  Yerevan on the margins of the "Armenia-Diaspora" Forum.

According to him, new programs to develop the abilities of Armenian  engineers, doctors, scientists and lawyers from Armenia and NKR were  discussed. "The professional potential should be used in all possible  sectors," he added.

According to the Deputy Prime Minister, the importance of joint work  in tourism was also assessed at the forum, to preserve the historical  and cultural heritage of the Armenian people. Armenia, according to  Gabrielian, strengthens intercultural dialogue and promotes the  growth of world tourist flows. "In 2016, 1 million 260 thousand  tourists visited Armenia, or 6% more than in 2015, and 10 years ago  it was equal to 382 thousand. The influx of tourists grew several  times and has a tendency to increase," concluded Vache Gabrielyan.

The Yerevan-Armenia Sports and Concert Complex named after Karen  Demirchyan is hosting the 6th Armenia-Diaspora Forum on September  18-20. The forum gathered more than 1800 participants of Armenian  origin from 71 countries. Within the framework of the forum, there  will be 3 plenary and 16 thematic sessions, cultural events. For the  first time in the work of the forum, four main areas were identified: 

"The main tasks of the development of Armenia", "Features of  Armenia's defense policy in the current challenges", "Foreign policy  agenda" and "The main tasks of preserving the Armenians." To organize  work in these areas, the responsible departments are selected: the  Ministry of Defense, Foreign Affairs, International Economic  Integration and Reforms, as well as the Diaspora.

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