ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK contributes to restoration of Jukhtavank Monastery's doors

22.10.2015 15:24
ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK contributes to restoration of Jukhtavank Monastery's doors

YEREVAN, October 22. /ARKA/. All-Armenian Youth Movement NGO, with Tavush Diocese Bishop Bagrat Galsyan's blessing and support from ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK has initiated restoration of Jukhtavank Monastery Complex's doors, the bank reported Thursday in its news release.

The event began from Priest Shavarsh Simonyan's blessing and common prayer.
Two metallic doors have been restored at the two monasteries of which Jukhtavank consists and two plates were displayed outside the complex with its history written in two languages on them.

Volunteers from the youth organization and the bank removed garbage and weed from the territory.
Lidia Mantashyan, one of participants of the initiative, said it was pleasant to make a little contribution to preservation of Armenian historical legacy.

ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK Spokesman Narek Asatryan, on his side, said that the bank contributes to implementation of such programs as much as it can.

“We attach importance to this initiative, since architecture is one of segments of culture that accentuates the nation's image,” he is quoted in the news release as saying.

ACBA-Credit Agricole Bank was established in 1995 as part of European Union’s TACIS program. In September 2006, France's Credit Agricole Group, investing a great deal in the bank's capital, became its biggest shareholder. -0----


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