jueves, 1 de septiembre de 2016
The Armenian Ministry of Diaspora Distinguished Argentine-Armenians Community Leaders
"The Centennial tested a way of working together that we all considered as an experience to institutionalize the cooperation between different organizations, creating a space with basic consensus on our commitment to our identity, common values and objectives and its place in our public life as citizens," said Khatchik DerGhougassian, one of the distinguished that worked as the link between the Argentine-Armenian community and the Armenian Genocide Centennial State Committee.
Archbishop Kissag Mouradian Primate of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Archimandrite Maghakia Amiryan of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Bishop Vartan Boghossian of the Armenian Catholic Church and Pastor Enoch Elmassian of the Armenian Evangelical Church were the distinguished religious figures. The leaders of the institutions of the Armenian community in Argentina who received diplomas were Khatchik DerGhougassian, Adolfo Smirlian, Adrian Lomlomdjian, Alberto Djeredjian (deceased), Arpine Karamanukian, Diana Dergarabetian, Hampartsum Haladjian, Horacio Terzian, Hugo Kuyumdjian, Jorge Murekian, Jorge Tossounian, Miguel Mher Harutunian, Nelida Boulgourdjian, Nichan Ishkhanian, Onnik Bogiatzian, Ruben Mozian, Samo Sarkissian, Sergio Nahabetian and Varty Manoukian. The Consul of the Embassy of Armenia Ester Mkrtumyan and Archimandrite Maghakia Amiryan were responsible for presenting the awards in the Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral of Buenos Aires.