Washington briefing: Coming up: Armenian officials in the U.S.

by Emil Sanamyan

Published: Thursday October 22, 2009

Washington - Georgian Parliament Speaker David Bakradze, on a visit to the United States this week, was due to address the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington on October 22.

Armenia's Economics Minister Nerses Yeritsian will lead a governmental delegation for the regular Task Force on Economic Cooperation meetings with U.S. officials in Washington starting November 2.

Mr. Yeritsian's delegation will join Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian and U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Marie Yovanovitch at the Armenia Technology Congress in San Jose, Calif., on November 5-8.

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