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Sergey Manassarian

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Name  Sergey Manassarian

Role  Politician
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Born  February 25, 1959 (age 56) (1959-02-25) Yerevan, Armenia
Occupation  Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

Sergey Manassarian (Armenian: Սերգեյ Հենրիկի Մանասարյան , born 25 February 1959 in Yerevan, Armenia) is an Armenian politician and diplomat. As of 2012 Manassarian is the Armenian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Education

Manassarian graduated from the faculty of mechanics of Yerevan Agricultural Institute in 1981.

Candidate of technical sciences.

Professional Experience

In 1981-1988 worked at the Research Institute of Automation of Agriculture.

In 1988 – State plan, then – in the Ministry of Economy as the assistant of the deputy Prime-Minister. Then, Sergey Manassaryan was the assistant of the Prime-Minister of Armenia, the Head of the administration of Prime-Minister, secretary of the Government-Minister.

1996 – MFA of Armenia, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

1999-2005 – was the Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the Arab Republic of Egypt. Concurrently, the Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to Morocco, Libya, Ethiopia, Sudan and Oman.

2005-2010 – Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to Bulgaria.

Diplomatic rank

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

Awards

Decorated with Bulgaria’s highest honor - "Stara Planina" medal.

Personal life

Married, has two daughters.

References

Sergey Manassarian Wikipedia


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