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Some Syrian Armenians hope learning Russian will help them to better integrate into Armenian society

January 18, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Diranouhi Garabedian diligently pronounces: “Ya lyublyu russkii yazik” (I love Russian language). The teacher corrects her, praises, asks a new question.


Victor Krivopuskov

Garabedian is 42, but this is not the surprising part of her attendance to the Russian language courses. Garabedian is an Armenian refugee from Syria who says she wants to learn Russian because she realizes it comes in handy for better adaptation in Yerevan. She also hopes that some day she will be able to read some classic Russian literature in the original language. Her husband and son also attend the same classes.

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