YEREVAN. – The Prime Minister of Armenia, Hovik Abrahamyan, on Thursday received members of the famous American Armenian Kardashian family (photo).
The PM underscored the Kardashian’s contribution to the international recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, and their visit to Armenia ahead of the Genocide Centennial. Abrahamyan stressed the fact that the Kardashian family, just like the other Armenians worldwide, do not forget their roots, and they make Armenia more recognizable by visiting their historical homeland.
The Kardashians, for their part, noted that they are impressed by Armenia and its people’s warmth. The guests informed that they plan to tour Armenia’s historical sites, to get familiarized with the Armenian historical and cultural heritage and get to know their ancestral homeland. In the Kardashian sisters’ words, they have long dreamed of visiting their historical homeland, and they are happy to be in the country of their dreams. They added that they are working on learning Armenian. The Kardashians also stressed that they will continue to actively fight for the international recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, and underscored the consolidation of all Armenians in this matter.
At the end of the talk, Hovik Abrahamyan presented forget-me-nots—which symbolize the Armenian Genocide Centennial—to the members of the Kardashian family.
As reported earlier, famous American Armenian TV personality Kim Kardashian has arrived in Armenia on Wednesday evening, and together with her husband, American hip hop recording artist Kanye West, little daughter North, and sister Khloé Kardashian.
The Kardashian are staying at Armenia Marriott Hotel, where they have booked two entire floors for the family and Kim Kardashian’s huge staff.
The famous American Armenian TV personality is visiting Armenia within the framework of the Armenian Genocide Centennial, and to get to know her roots.
During their trip to Armenia, the Kardashian also plan to shoot a few series for their family reality show.