On the initiative of Gegharkunik Service an open class titled “Cultural Heritage and sustainable tourism” held for high school students in the secondary school No. 2 Geghhovit community, the district police chief researcher Jasmine reflected on monuments, popularization and utilization of the role and responsibility of each citizen.
Hasmik Gasparyan, referring to the International Council of Monuments and Sites Day, said. “This day is celebrated in many countries, with the aim to attract the attention of the public monuments, raising the consciousness of each of us for their protection. This year, under the theme “Cultural heritage and sustainable tourism” is celebrated on April 18, and the preservation of cultural heritage is an important stimulus for the development of sustainable tourism. ”
Open class, followed by a discussion, during which they also expressed a desire to participate in the International Day of Monuments and Sites, sanitation and improvement of the local monuments, including St. George Church and its surrounding areas, cleaning the cemetery.
Open class was attended by the school principal and teachers. The event concluded head of reginal service of Gegharkunik Gor Gasparyan