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Armenia will assist US with financial and professional assistance for Katrina

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    Armenian Catholicos Offers Condolences To Pakistan, India

    YEREVAN, October 11. /ARKA/. Catholicos of All Armenians Garegin II has addressed a message of condolences to President of Pakistan Pervez Musharaf and to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Sinkkh on a devastating earthquake in Kashmir, which claimed numerous lives. On behalf of the Armenian people and on his own behalf Garegin II wished India and Pakistan to overcome the consequences of the earthquake as soon as possible. P.T. -0--

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    RA FM Deputy Didn’t Say Armenia Won’t Provide Humanitarian Assistance to Pakistan

    12.10.2005 06:52 GMT-08:00
    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ The statement arrogated to Armen Bayburdian, who allegedly said that Armenia will not provide humanitarian assistance due to the earthquake that struck the country last week, does not correspond to reality, RA MFA Spokesman Hamlet Gasparian informed. In his words, Armen Bayburdian never made such a statement. To remind, yesterday some Armenia media spread information saying that Pakistan has not requested humanitarian assistance from Armenia. The Armenian Deputy FM allegedly reminded that no diplomatic relations were established between Yerevan and Islamabad.

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    Armenia Not to Provide Humanitarian Assistance to Pakistan

    11.10.2005 11:12 GMT-08:00
    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ Armenia will not provide humanitarian assistance to Pakistan due to the destructive earthquake in that country, Armenian Deputy FM Armen Bayburdyan stated. In his words, Pakistan has not requested humanitarian assistance from Armenia. The Armenian Deputy FM reminded that no diplomatic relations were established between Yerevan and Islamabad, reported Mediamax.

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    Us Embassy Thanks Armenia For Humanitarian Aid


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    12 Sep 05

    The US embassy [to Armenia] has expressed its heartfelt gratitude to
    Armenia on behalf of the US people and the government for humanitarian
    aid provided by the Armenian government for clearing the aftermath
    of Hurricane Katrina.

    The US people are deeply touched and are grateful for the generous
    offer of the Armenian government, other world countries, individuals
    and organizations.

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    Armenia Allots $200,000 in Assistance to Victims of Katrina Hurricane

    Armenia Allots $200,000 in Assistance to Victims of Katrina Hurricane

    Yerevan, September 9, Armenpress: The Armenian government approved on Thursday $200,000 in assistance to victims of Hurricane Katrina. Deputy foreign minister Arman Kirakossian said the money will be released from government's reserve fund and will be transferred on a special US government bank account early next week.

    Kirakosian said it will take the US government a long time to recover the area hit by the disaster, adding also that the Armenian government is ready to provide another assistance, should the US government ask for it. He said Armenia had offered rescuers, doctors in the first days of the disaster. He said though Armenia's assistance is modest and symbolic in view of the magnitude of damages assessed at around $100 billion, but 'it is very important for Armenia to demonstrate its solidarity with the people of USA, because they were among the first nations to rush to help Armenians in the aftermath of 1988 earthquake that destroyed northern parts of the country."

    He also recalled that Armenia has been one of the world's leading per-capita recipients of U.S. economic assistance that has totaled $1.6 billion since its independence. In a related development, Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church in the USA, issued a new directive to local parish leaders on September 7, further outlining relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina.

    In the directive, the Primate asked local parishes to conduct two special plate collections during services on September 11 and 18. Half of the money raised will go towards relief efforts being conducted by Church World Service and the other half will go directly to the Armenian Church of Baton Rouge to be distributed to parishioners in the New Orleans area as needed.

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  • Armenia will assist US with financial and professional assistance for Katrina


    06.09.2005 06:42

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ «Armenia is ready to provide the necessary assistance to the US Government due to the consequences of the hurricane,» Armenian FM Vartan Oskanian stated at a joint news conference with OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Slovenian FM Dimitrij Rupel. In his words, today the US Embassy in Armenia will provide the list of what is necessary for the Katrina hurricane victims. As the minister noted, at the moment the US needs money to the most, and Armenia is ready to provide both financial and professional assistance to the US to the best of its abilities. In the Minister's words, rescuer teams, physicians and other specialists will depart from Armenia for the US in case of need.