ASUE Students Visited Artsakh under “Students at the Frontline” Project
“Students at the Frontline” project was implemented by the initiative of ASUE Student Council supported by RPA youth organization and the University Leadership: on October 25-26 ASUE 50 members including students from Financial and Economic College, visited Artsakh. The project was implemented within the frames of International Students Day and World Youth Day. The information is submitted by Hovhannes Harutyunyan, ASUE SC President.
Our delegates were hosted in the Artsakh Government, met Arayik Harutyunyan, the State Minister of AR, who introduced the economic situation of the second Armenian republic, answered students' questions.
The next stop of ASUE members was Askeran's military union. After getting acquainted with the everyday life of the army, students moved to the Mataghis military unit, handed gifts to the commander, performed a cultural program, making soldiers’ day festive and memorable. So the two-day-visit was summed up.
Hovhannes Harutyunyan said that the event was aimed primarily at closing the University-army relation, to support and encourage the front line soldiers.
“It should also be noted that we organize several visits to Artsakh during every academic year and the goal is to strengthen the Armenia-Artsakh relation. For many students, our events are the first opportunity to be in Artsakh, that’s, visits are also cognitive”; stated Head of the Student Council, noting that such projects will be ongoing.
ASUE Media and Public Relations Division
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