Armenian to Be Taught At Secondary Schools in Lebanon

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–The Council of Ministers of Lebanon have decided to introduce the Armenian language into the curriculum of secondary schools in the country along with Italian and Spanish. The study of one of these foreign languages is a must.

The decision testifies to the favorable attitude of the Lebanese authorities to the republic’s Armenian community and the high level of relations between the two nations.


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