Artsakh Representative Meets with Clemson University Students

Permanent Representative of the Artsakh Republic to the U.S. mets with Clemson University students on March 23 (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia)
Permanent Representative of the Artsakh Republic to the U.S. mets with Clemson University students on March 23 (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia)

Permanent Representative of the Artsakh Republic to the U.S. mets with Clemson University students on March 23 (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia)

CLEMSON, South Carolina—Permanent Representative of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic to the United States Robert Avetisyan received on March 23 a group of students of the Political Science Department of Clemson University and their scientific director and lecturer Professor Vladimir Matic.

Avetisyan briefed the participants on the history of the Artsakh conflict and the current stage of its settlement process, as well as the developments taking place in Artsakh and in the region.

At the end of the meeting, Avetisyan answered the numerous questions of the participants related to the settlement of the conflict and the Artsakh-Diaspora relations, as well as the state-building process and economic situation in Artsakh.

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