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The President of Artsakh has awarded medals to national and international athletes

A solemn ceremony of awarding athletes and coaches

who have achieved excellent results in the field of physical culture and sport in the international arena and on the domestic platform took place today at the residence of the President of the Republic of Artsakh.

president artsakh awarded national athletes

Bako Sahakyan noted that the registered victories are the result of hard work of coaches. people who are endowed with high human and physical training are able to find talented young people in time.

“Our athletes have occupied important places on domestic and international platforms, winning Armenian, European and World Championships. Artur Arushanyan has become at the same time the champion of Armenia, Europe and world championships at the same time in Kyokushin Karate.”

Arthur Arushanyan, international black belt 2 dan, winner, who won the first place in the world and European championships in kyokushin karate  said that 2017 has been marked by great achievements and is the crown of the world champion title.

The event was attended by the State Minister of the Republic of Armenia Araik Harutyunyan, NA Speaker Ashot Ghulyan, officials, guests and others.

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