ISTANBUL — Two out of three Armenian families that have moved to Turkey escaping attacks of the Islamic State terrorists on Kobani a Syrian Border town will arrive in Armenia in the end of this week.

The families expressed willingness to come to Armenia during a meeting with Patriarchal Vicar of Constantinople, Archbishop Aram Ateshyanat at a refugee camp in Urfa province of Turkey.

Archbishop Aram Ateshyan contacted Turkish Foreign Ministry and Armenian Diaspora Ministry to tackle the problem.

They will arrive in Armenia on August 30 accompanied by Archbishop Aram Ateshyan.

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