FIRDUS A. ZAKARYAN

 

Firdus A. Zakaryan was born on September 15, 1959 in the Avshar village of Ararat province.

 

In 1976 he graduated from the local middle school.

 

In 1981 he graduated from the Faculty of History of Yerevan State University and began to work as a researcher at the State Museum of Ethnography of Armenia.

 

In 1982-1985 he worked as a teacher at the middle school in the Noyakert village of Ararat region.

 

In 1985-1986 he headed the vocational school of Information Technologies of Ararat and the Young Communist organizations of the Ararat region in 1986-1989.

 

In 1991 he graduated from the North Caucasus Institute of Society and Politics of Doni Rostov of the Russian Federation and was qualified as a political scientist and sociologist.

 

Firdus Zakaryan was involved in teaching in 1991-1993.

 

In 1993-1996 he was chairman of the executive committee of the regional council of Ararat.

 

In 1995-1999 he was a deputy of the National Assembly.

 

In 1998-2000 he was adviser to the RA Prime Minister.

 

In 2001-2003 he was deputy mayor of Yerevan.

 

Firdus Zakaryan has not worked for state bodies in 2003-2009.

 

Firdus A. Zakaryan has been working as chief of staff at the RA Ministry of Diaspora since October 2009.

 

Tel:  (+374 10) 58-56-01 (102)

 

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20.07.2016  |  Congratulations

TO MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF THE

ARMENIAN YOUTH ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA


Dear compatriots,


I cordially congratulate the Armenian Youth Association of California on its 25th anniversary.

25.04.2017  |  Speeches

Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem

His Beatitude Archbishop

Nourhan Manougian, 

Distinguished Reuven Amitai,

Dear participants,

 

Yesterday, on April 24th, our compatriots around the world and the progressive representatives of hundreds of countries paid their deep and sincere respects to the memory of the innocent victims of the Armenian Genocide.