Russia-based Armenian benefactor’s support to needy and multi-member families in Artsakh

On May 6, Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Arayik Harutyunyan participated in a charity event organized for nearly 80 multi-member families in the city of Martuni.

As reported the Department of Information and Public Relations of the Staff of the Government of the Artsakh Republic to Hayern Aysor, at the initiative of Russia-based benefactor Hamlet Vachenants, who is originally from Artsakh, nearly 80 needy and multi-member families of Martuni region were provided with clothes, furniture, domestic appliances and other necessary commodities as assistance.

The head of government highly appreciated the benefactor’s attention to the social issues of needy and multi-member families and attached importance to the program, especially in terms o the concrete and individual approach to the solution to the current social issues.

In his turn, Vachenants noted that 108 families had already benefited from the program that was launched on November 19, 2016. Vachenants added that the program would be ongoing and that he would try to solve the issues of all needy and multi-member families living in different regions of Arstakh. The program for support to another 130 families will draw to an end on November 19, 2017.

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