Diaspora should be armed with teaching materials and knowledge – opinion (video)

Lusine Ghahramanyan has arrived in Yerevan from Yessentuki, a city in Stavropol Krai, Russia, to participate in the annual teacher training program organized by the Ministry of Diaspora. In Yessentuki, she opened a Sunday school called “Zartonk” (Awakening) which has 38 pupils.

“It is very difficult to remain Armenian outside Armenia, therefore Diasporan Armenians should be armed with teaching materials, training programs and knowledge in order to preserve their identity and culture overseas,” Lusine Ghahramanyan told A1+.