Israeli Officials Meet Armenian Counterparts, Visit Dzidzernagapert

A delegation of Israeli foreign ministry officials visit Armenia's Dzidzernagapert Genocide Memorial

YEREVAN—Diplomatic and political consultations between the Foreign Ministries of the Republic of Armenia and the State of Israel were held at the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday.

From the Armenian side the delegation was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Manasarian; the Israeli delegation was led by Ambassador Anna Azari, Director General for Eurasia of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel.

The parties discussed a wide range of issues on the agenda of Armenian-Israeli relations related to the further development and deepening of mutually beneficial ties in the political, economic and humanitarian fields.

The officials agreed on the need to promote mutual investment between the two countries. The parties emphasized the importance of cooperation within the framework of international organizations and stressed the importance of reciprocal visits.

The delegation of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs visited Yerevan’s Dzidzernagapert Armennian Genocide Memorial. They laid flowers at the memorial to the Armenian Genocide victims and visited the Armenian Genocide Museum.


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  1. zarkim said:

    ISRAEL awards Armenian doctor for saving Jews during the Holocaust:
    Khachatrian, a military doctor with the Soviet Red Army, was taken prisoner during World War II. In the concentration camp where he was kept by the Nazis he HELPED MANY JEWS (Today’s Israelis) as a physician.
    Haroutyoun Khachatryan, has been posthumously awarded the “Righteous among the Nations Award” by the Jewish “Yad Vashem” institute-museum.
    In the early 19th century, Jews began arriving to Armenia from Poland, Iran and other areas – creating Ashkenazic and Mizrahi communities in Yerevan. More Jews moved to Armenia during its period finding more tolerance in the area than in Russia or Ukraine. Armenia gave ISRALIES sanctuary. There were many other countries that helped Israelis, including Syria and Iran.
    Today, unfortunately the same people (JEWS, ISRAELIS) have joined forces with some Arab leaders, Turks and the US/Allies to fund and arm terrorists to harm Armenians and Christians in Syria.
    These WOLVES in Sheepskin are arming Armenia’s neighbour with Drones and other high power weapons to kill Armenians in Karabakh. They are very much involved in killing innocent civilians including Christians in Syria.

  2. Sokimag said:

    Good! It is good to establish relations with Israel. That will improve our situation in the West. Because whoever has good relations with Israel is seen well by the West.

  3. Bedros said:

    So what? as far as Israel sells weapons and Armenian killing technologies to the azerbaijani and help the Turks in denying the Armenian Genocide, and do not istelf recognizes it, all these movies are useless and no one buys them…. The way Israel is behaving with Armenia and Armenians is simply a Shame. It does not regards us whatever they do only shows who they really are.

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