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RA NA President Hovik Abrahamyan Meets with the NA deputies Who Left for Syria
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On March 29 the RA NA President Hovik Abrahamyan met with the NA deputies Samvel Farmanyan, Arman Sahakyan, Levon Martirosyan, Naira Karapetyan, Tevan Poghosyan and Edmon Marukyan, who had left for Syria to study the events of Kessab. The NA deputies presented to the President of the parliament the situation created in Kessab, the possible developments of the events and their recommendations. The deputies informed the NA President that during the three days that they had been to Latakia, Damascus, Lebanon they had met the heads of the Armenian community, of the spiritual leaders, of the cities, the deputies, as well as the President, the Prime Minister and the President of the People‚Äôs Assembly of Syria and His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia.

The NA President Hovik Abrahamyan expressed concern in connection with the created situation  and expressed hope that the international community would take steps for weakening the tension and creating possibilities to return the deported Armenians to their settlements. The NA President noted that in the future in the National Assembly would be organized a discussion with the participation of the responsible officials of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

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