Las Vegas Armenian Community Members Meet Congresswoman Titus

From Left: ANCA Co-Chair Hera Armenian, Esq., Mikhael Oganesian, Honorary Consul Andy Armenian, Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus, ANCA Co-Chair Lenna Hovanessian, Esq., Margo Chernysheva-Yepremyan, Esq. and Hovig Maknissian.
From Left: ANCA Co-Chair Hera Armenian, Esq., Mikhael Oganesian, Honorary Consul Andy Armenian, Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus, ANCA Co-Chair Lenna Hovanessian, Esq., Margo Chernysheva-Yepremyan, Esq. and Hovig Maknissian.

From Left: ANCA Co-Chair Hera Armenian, Esq., Mikhael Oganesian, Honorary Consul Andy Armenian, Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus, ANCA Co-Chair Lenna Hovanessian, Esq., Margo Chernysheva-Yepremyan, Esq. and Hovig Maknissian.

LAS VEGAS—Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus was part of an eight member US delegation that visited Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine earlier this April.

The delegation members were part of the Congressional House Democracy Partnership and the purpose of the visit was to identify potential opportunities for impactful engagement by HDP with the Armenian Parliament.

Congresswoman Dina Titus and the delegates had meetings with Prime Minister Nikole Pashinyan, Armenia’s Parliament Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan, visited Etchmiadzin and met with H. H. Catholicos Karekin II, and visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial Monument at Dzizernagapert.

Las Vegas Honorary Consul Adroushan Andy Armenian, ANCA Nevada Co-Chairs Hera Armenian, Esq. and Lenna Hovanessian, Esq., along with Margo Chernysheva-Yepremyan, Esq., Hovig Maknissian, and Mikhael Oganesian met the Congresswoman to discuss her recent trip to Armenia.

Congresswoman Titus shared her positive impressions of Armenia, recognizing the geopolitical challenges facing the landlocked nation. Congresswoman Titus also indicated her support for future initiatives to strengthen US-Armenia ties and welcomed the involvement of the Las Vegas Armenian-American community in building stronger economic ties with Armenia. The Congresswoman also commented that she is keen in seeing increased US Economic aid to Armenia in the near future.

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