|Name Sergey Manassarian||Role Politician|
|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.
Manassarian graduated from the faculty of mechanics of Yerevan Agricultural Institute in 1981.
Candidate of technical sciences.
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.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Decorated with Bulgaria’s highest honor - "Stara Planina" medal.
Married, has two daughters.