YEREVAN — The Mayor of Yerevan Taron Margaryan met with Beirut Municipal Council member Aram Malyan. Welcoming the guest, the Mayor Taron Margaryan stressed the importance of the activities carried out by the Armenian political figure in Beirut Municipal Council aimed at deepening of the cooperation with Yerevan and expressed confidence that the tangible results of that cooperation will be seen in the nearest future.

“I am confident that Yerevan and Beirut have a wide range of opportunities and prospects of cooperation, both in terms of municipal management and the exchange of experience. Taking into consideration the significant role of the Armenian community in Beirut, I think that we will be able to create mutually beneficial cooperation”. The Mayor attached a special importance to the fact that since 2000 Yerevan and Beirut have been sister cities.

Expressing gratitude for the warm reception, Beirut Municipal Council member Aram Malyan, in his turn, also stressed the importance of the role and significance of the Armenian community of Beirut in the life of Lebanon, and expressed confidence that the relations between Yerevan and Beirut will become closer and more practical.

Aram Malyan participated last week in the 23th session of the Hayastan All Armenian Fund’s Board of Trustees. He represents Social Democrat Hunchakian party as a trustee of the board.

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