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2008-07-22
National Assembly Speaker Makes Donation to the Children of Artsakh War Freedom Fighters in Armenia and Artsakh
Tigran Torosyan made a donation of 3 million AMD to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund from the National Assembly Speaker's Fund.
Tigran Torosyan made a donation of 3 million AMD to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund from the National Assembly Speaker's Fund.



RA Parliament Speaker T. Torosyan


The money will cover one-month benefit of the Assistance to the Children of deceased and First Degree Invalid Soldiers of Armenia and Artsakh project.
In his letter to the Hayastan Fund's Acting Executive Director Ara Vardanyan Mr. Tigran Torosyan pointed ou: Efficient implementation of this project is everyones duty as well as the State.

The Assistance to the Children of deceased and First Degree Invalid Soldiers of Armenia and Artsakh project has been implemented for around 13 years. Payments are made mainly through the interests generated from twelve endowment funds within Hayastan Fund, as well as yearly contributions by Izmirlian Foundation, Hayastan Fund's Great Britain, Austrian and French local committees and other sources.
Donations from VivaCell mobile operator and Moscow- based Professor Yuri Barseghov, who provided the monetary award of his Prize to the Hayastan Fund, were also directed to this very project.

Recently, Mr. Ara Vardanyan, Acting Executive Director of the Hayastan Fund has sent letters to the project beneficiaries: Haypost kindly agreed to provide the service with no remuneration. In his letter Mr. Vardanyan expressed gratitude to the donors and pointed out: It is essential that apart from the financial support the Fund passes feeling of appreciation to the families of the families of freedom fighters. In this respect TigranTorosyan's contribution is highly appreciated.

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