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NEWS Press Releases Family of Five Will Have a New Home in Martuni, Artsakh
2017-06-14
Family of Five Will Have a New Home in Martuni, Artsakh
Hrayr and Susanna Poghosyan and their five chidren will move to a new comfortable house in Chartar town, Martuni region of Artsakh, in December 2017. The construction of the house has been started three weeks ago. Total space of the house will be 95 square meters. The house will have 4 bedrooms – 1 living room and 3 bedrooms. The whole house will be equipped with an extensive assortement of furniture and home appliances.

Poghosyan family is the seventh family living in Martuni region of Artsakh that will have a new house. The other six families have six children. The program, which supplies new-built houses to the large families of Martuni, was initiated by “Hayastan” All-Armenian Fund (Armenian businessman Samvel Karapetyan funding). Four families out of six are already living in their new houses, two families live in same Chartar, two other families live in Martuni town. The construction of two houses in Varanda village are in the final stage.
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