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Vartan Oskanian

Foreign Minister

Birthright Armenia

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Birthright Armenia

333 E. Lancaster Ave #330

Wynnewood, Pennsylvania,19096

United States

Company Description

Birthright Armenia was founded in 2003 by Edele Hovnanian with the belief that it is every Armenian's birthright to not only see Armenia, but also experience their homeland via an enriching, hands-on, life-changing experience. Right from the start we believed ...more

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Vartan Oskanian, Armenia


Vartan Oskanian, Armenia | The Civilitas Foundation

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Vartan Oskanian, Armenia
Vartan Oskanian established the Civilitas Foundation in the Spring of 2008 to bring to Armenia's domestic development the same commitment and passion he demonstrated for 10 years as Armenia's Foreign Minister. Beginning soon after independence, Mr. Oskanian served as a diplomat in Armenia's Foreign Service. He received his higher education in Massachusetts at the Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and at Harvard University in Government Studies, and in Yerevan at the Polytechnic University.


Vartan Oskanian, Armenia | The Civilitas Foundation

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Vartan Oskanian, Armenia
Vartan Oskanian established the Civilitas Foundation in the Spring of 2008 to bring to Armenia's domestic development the same commitment and passion he demonstrated for 10 years as Armenia's Foreign Minister. Beginning soon after independence, Mr. Oskanian served as a diplomat in Armenia's Foreign Service. He received his higher education in Massachusetts at the Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and at Harvard University in Government Studies, and in Yerevan at the Polytechnic University. Vartan Oskanian's Interview with Yerkir Media Oskanian Speaks About Restoring Citizens' Right To Participate Honorary Board A Trip For Change Vartan Oskanian's Interview to A1Plus


Jivan Tabibian, Austria † | The Civilitas Foundation

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Vartan Oskanian on Al-Jazeera's Counting the Cost
Armenia's state budget deficit, % of GDP Vartan Oskanian's Interview with Yerkir Media Oskanian Speaks About Restoring Citizens' Right To Participate Honorary Board Vartan Oskanian's Interview to A1Plus


H.E. Vartan Oskanian

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Armenia's Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian spoke at an "off-the-record' lunch meeting at The Nixon Center.
Minister Oskanian started his talk by expressing Armenia's sympathies about the Columbia shuttle tragedy. He then discussed the upcoming Armenian Presidential elections of February 19 and the parliamentary elections of May 25, 2003. Mr. Oskanian expressed the government's desire to see free, fair and transparent elections, which is considered essential for Armenia's democratic state-building. Minister Oskanian devoted most of his talk and the discussion to long term stability issues in the Caucasus. After giving an update on the Nagorno-Karabagh situation, he expressed hope that a peaceful resolution would soon be reached between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Mr. Oskanian highlighted the need for creating mutual trust—both between Armenia and Azerbaijan and also between Armenia and Turkey—in order to bring peace and stability to the Caucasus region. Minister also briefly discussed possible implications of American-Russian increased cooperation on Caucasus stability. Moreover, stating his government's position that Iraq must disarm, he expressed concern for the 30,000 Armenians living in Iraq. On economic issues, Mr. Oskanian discussed Armenia's WTO accession and urged the U.S. to graduate Armenia from Jackson-Vanick amendment.


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