Georgian contemporary novels, short stories and etudes have been translated into Armenian by the Head of the Division of the Armenian-Georgian Relations of YSU Institute for Armenian Studies Hrachya Bayramyan.
The presentation was attended by YSU Rector Aram Simonyan, the Georgian Ambassador to the RA Giorgi Saganelidze, senior consultant at the embassy Nino Aptsiauri and other guests.
“This book has an important mission, as the young people, in particular at YSU are interested in modern Georgian literature,” - said the Rector, adding that the Division of the Armenian-Georgian Relations of the IAS constantly provides the readers with the opportunity to learn more about the Georgian culture and literature.
Aram Simonyan said that the Armenian and Georgian young people, despite the age-old friendly ties between the two countries and the neighborhood, have quite a little information about each other, do not know each other’s culture.
Giorgi Saganelidze thanked the University administration and expert in Georgian Studies Hrachya Bayramyan for his activities.
“It is a great day today. I am glad that our Armenian colleagues are interested in Georgian literature and also provide reader with the opportunity to get acquainted with the works of our great figures,” – the ambassador said.
Hrachya Bakhramyan spoke about the Armenian-Georgian relations, presented the content of the book, the authors and then focused on the activities and goals of the IAS Department of Armenian-Georgian Relations.
The presentation of the book published with the assistance of the Georgian Embassy was organized by YSU International Cooperation Office.