In his congratulatory letter to Foreign Minister Masis Mayilian, Head of the Artsakh Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church Archbishop Pargev Martirosyan expressed confidence that his multi-year experience and knowledge would continue to serve to ensure the security of the Republic of Artsakh and its international recognition.
Leaders and representatives of a number of political Parties and public organizations of Artsakh also congratulated Masis Mayilian on his reappointment as Foreign Minister, wishing him further productive activity for the sake of the Republic of Artsakh.
In his congratulatory letter to Masis Mayilian, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan expressed confidence that through constant dialogue between the Foreign Ministers of the two Republics it would be possible to make the voice of the people of Artsakh better heard on international platforms, to secure high involvement for the authorities of Artsakh in the negotiation process and thereby to increase the efficiency of the Azerbaijan-Karabakh conflict settlement process for the sake of regional peace and stability.
Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Armenia Armen Grigoryan congratulated Masis Mayilian on his reappointment as Foreign Minister of the Republic of Artsakh, confirming his readiness to continue the active cooperation in the foreign policy and security spheres.
In his congratulatory letter, Commissioner-General on Diaspora Affairs of the Republic of Armenia Zare Sinanyan underlined the importance of national unity in this difficult period and wished Masis Mayilian further success.
In his congratulatory message, Chairman of the Union of Armenians of Russia Ara Abrahamyan noted the importance of consistent fulfillment by the newly elected top authorities of Artsakh of the obligations to ensure succession in the issues of international recognition of Artsakh and continuation of the state-building process. The Coordinating Council of Russian-Armenian Organizations expressed confidence that Minister Mayilian would continue to actively develop the cooperation between Artsakh and Russia, to strengthen the centuries-old Armenian-Russian friendship, and to give a new impetus to the relations with the multi-million Armenian community of Russia.
In his congratulatory letter, Chairman of the Central Board of the Ramkavar Azatakan Party Michael Kharapyan stressed that the Party would continue supporting the activities of the Foreign Ministry of Artsakh for the sake of realization of Pan-Armenian interests.
On behalf of the Armenian community of Argentina, Chairman of the Armenian Institutions of the Republic of Argentina Sergio Nahapetyan expressed readiness to continue the cooperation for the sake of new achievements in the diplomatic sphere of the Republic of Artsakh.
President of the European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (EAFJD) Gaspar Karampetian assured that the EAFJD Office would continue to unconditionally support Artsakh and its people for the sake of the development and prosperity of Artsakh, as well as the cooperation aimed at the establishment and strengthening of relations between the European countries and the Republic of Artsakh.
In their congratulatory letters, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Abkhazia Daur Kove, Foreign Minister of South Ossetia Dmitry Medoyev, and Foreign Minister of the Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic Vitaly Ignatyev highly appreciated the friendly and partnership relations with the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Artsakh and expressed readiness to further develop the constructive dialogue on issues of bilateral cooperation.
The administration of the Buenos Aires branch of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) expressed readiness to continue the cooperation with the authorities of the Republic of Artsakh, aimed at the further strengthening of the ties between Artsakh and the Diaspora.
The ‘European Friends of Armenia’ (EuFoA) organization operating in Brussels confirmed its determination to continue supporting the Republic of Artsakh on different international platforms, including in its efforts towards the recognition of the right of the people of Artsakh to self-determination, as well as in addressing the challenges caused by the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The ‘Congress of Refugees from the Azerbaijani SSR’ NGO sent a congratulatory letter to Masis Mayilian on the occasion of his reappointment as Foreign Minister of the Republic of Artsakh, in which it expressed readiness to cooperate with the newly elected authorities of Artsakh.
Heads of a number of diplomatic missions of the Republic of Armenia, as well as public and political figures from different countries also sent their letters of congratulation.