Diaspora Minister participated in opening of renovated building of Polyclinic #1 of Yerevan
On March 3, RA Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan participated in the official opening of the renovated building of Polyclinic #1 in Yerevan. The building was renovated under the sponsorship of the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany and Arman Terteryan Foundation.
Among other participants of the opening ceremony were President of the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany Mourad Acuz, RA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Germany Ashot Smbatyan, Deputy Mayor of Yerevan Davit Ohanyan, RA Deputy Minister of Healthcare Sergey Khachatryan, Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Yerevan State University, Fr. Bishop Anushavan Zhamkochyan, as well as employees of the polyclinic and other guests.
Attaching importance to the need for Diaspora Armenians to carry out investment programs in Armenia, the Minister highly appreciated the efforts that the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany is making for Armenia’s development and particularly said the following: “I am thankful to our compatriots of the Diaspora who are making investments in Armenia, especially the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany. I am very pleased with the fact that Diaspora Armenians living in Armenia are always at the place where they are needed the most, that is, in the fields of education, healthcare, culture and other fields. I congratulate everyone on the reopening of the wonderful renovated polyclinic.”
President of the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany Mourad Acuz said every Armenian needed to think about Armenia’s development and assured that such initiatives would be ongoing.
Head of Polyclinic #1 of Yerevan Ruzanna Hayrapetyan expressed gratitude to the German-Armenian benefactors for their pro-national act and granted certificates of appreciation to the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany and personally to Mourad Acuz.
Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Yerevan State University, Fr. Bishop Anushavan Zhamkochyan stated that since he was aware of the activities that the Union of Armenian Businessmen of Germany has been carrying out for the past seventeen years, he can state that the members of the Union always stand with the German-Armenian community and create an Armenian environment far away from the homeland.
At the end, the Minister of Diaspora toured the polyclinic and was introduced to the work that had been completed.