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Levan Dzhagaryan

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  • Levan Dzhagaryan

    Russian ambassador to Iran.

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    Re: Levan Dzhagaryan

    Stubby stub is a stub. This isn't Wikipedia you know.

    And famous ambassador is lacking famousness. http://www.rusembiran.ru/English/Inf...dor/Index.aspx
    Plenipotentiary meow!

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      Re: Levan Dzhagaryan

      bell, that link isn't working on my end.

      I do wonder how or why these people are appointed. Did you know that during the 1930s, the Soviet ambassador to Turkey was an Armenian?

      ETA: I was able to access the flash version of the website. I wonder if he studied Persian at university or if he picked it up while serving in Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
      Last edited by TomServo; 03-06-2013, 12:59 PM.

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        Re: Levan Dzhagaryan

        Originally posted by TomServo View Post
        bell, that link isn't working on my end.

        I do wonder how or why these people are appointed. Did you know that during the 1930s, the Soviet ambassador to Turkey was an Armenian?

        ETA: I was able to access the flash version of the website. I wonder if he studied Persian at university or if he picked it up while serving in Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
        The link works for me, no flash version.

        Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
        of the Russian Federation in the Islamic Republic of Iran

        H.E. Mr. Levan Dzhagaryan

        Mr. Levan DZHAGARYAN, born in 1957.
        Graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations In 1986.
        In diplomatic work since 1986. Has worked in the embassies in Afghanistan, Iran, Tajikistan, the General Consulate in Mazar-e Sharif (Afghanistan).
        Since 2005 - Deputy Director of the Third Department of the CIS Foreign Ministry of Russia.
        Married. Two sons.
        Speaks Persian, English and French.
        I think both Iran and Russia might have good historical reasons for not wanting an ethnic Russian to be Russia's ambassador in Tehran.
        Last edited by bell-the-cat; 03-07-2013, 07:08 AM.
        Plenipotentiary meow!

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          Re: Levan Dzhagaryan

          There are some very strange connections between the Armenians of Iran and Russia. After the Bolshevik Revolution and Soviet invasion of Armenia, many Russian-Armenians moved to Persia (as well as Lebanon) and "appointed" themselves as leaders of the community. And of course the Soviet Union had ethnic Armenian intelligence agents working in Persia.

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