The Primate of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia delivered a speech at “Religions on the way of Georgia’s European integration” conference
On October 24, 2019, at the conference hall of the Biltmore Hotel in Tbilisi the 4th conference “Interreligious Dialogue for Peace” – “Religions on the way of Georgia’s European Integration” by the State Agency for Religious Issues of Georgia took place.
The conference was honored with the presence of the Vicar of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia Rev. Father Kirakos Davtyan, accompanied by the Pastor of the Cathedral of Saint George in Tbilisi Rev. Father Kirakos Simonyan.
The goal of the conference was to support the religious organizations to the Euro-Atlantic course and the European integration process achieved by the majority of citizens of different ethnicities and religions.
The Vicar of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia Rev. Father Kirakos Davtyan made a speech at the conference (The Report of the Primate of the Diocese of Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia Rev. Father, Archimandrite Kirakos Davtyan at the 4th Conference on “Interreligious Dialogue for Peace” – “Religions on the way of Georgia’s European integratio).
The vice-president of the Armenian Community in Georgia, the editor of the “Vrastan” (“Georgia”) newsletter Van Bayburdyan, head of the Legal Affairs and State Relations Department of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia Michael Avagyan and the head of Administrative and Economic Department of the Diocese Karen Yeritsyan attended the conference.