The active representatives of all the student structures of YSU, Student Council, Student Scientific Society, the Council of Elders, and the Environmental Club took part in the event.
“Artsakh visits have become a beautiful tradition for the universitarians, and the purpose of various programs is to create and maintain strong ties between the liberated homeland, the soldier and the youth on the border,” - said Vahagn Varagyan, Director of the Center for Student Affairs.
Within the framework of the program, students were on a study visit in Dadivank, Gandzasar, Amaras and Tigranakert, then to the Yeghnikner military unit in the north of Artsakh.
The Student Council Cultural Commission prepared a jubilee event for the soldiers full of national songs and dances.
On the way back, our delegation founded a park in Berdzor dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Artsakh movement.
“Through this tree planting we are trying to strengthen our ties with a part of the homeland, Artsakh. We leave here roots, we are sure that tomorrow we will enjoy its fruits together,” - said Student Council Chairman David Apoyan.