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REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS TAKES ON AGBU IN MELKONIAN CASE
Nicosia 22 May, 2007 (Gibrahayer correspondents at the event) â Attorney General Petros Clerides, as the legal representative of the Republic of Cyprus, is expected to take court action against the AGBU within the next two or three weeks in an effort to resume the campaign to save the Melkonian school in Nicosia and aim for its earliest operation.
Thank you letter
Dear Mr Zaven Berberian,
I would like to take the opportunity and express to you my most sincere thankfulness for the scholarship of $1,600 which I was granted through your fund.
I wish to inform you, that I am already through with the 1 st semester of my postgraduate studies and had excellent results.
I am really grateful to you for your kind consideration. Please accept my apologies for my belated email.
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|Our Letter of Appreciation and Gratitude to:
Mr. Neoclis Sylikiotis & Mr. Vartkes Mahdessian
Mr. Vartkes Mahdessian,
The Board of Directors of the Melkonian Alumni & Friends extends their deepest appreciation for your active role in reviving the vital issue of Melkonian Institute. Your achievement has by far exceeded our expectations and has motivated not only the Armenian community of Cyprus, but it has echoed outside your jurisdiction, into the remote corners of the world, wherever there is a Melkoniantsi and a concerned Armenian.
The Restraining Order issued by the Minister of Interior is a major achievement for all of us, which creates a vision for tomorrow, new hope to hundreds of Armenians living across the Continent of Europe and the Middle East, the opportunity to educate them and preserve the Western Armenian Culture and Language.
The Cyprus MEI Alumni together with California Alumni and all the active Alumni around the world accepted the responsibility to save Melkonian. Although many erroneously considered this, as our sentimental problem, instead of visualizing the deep impact of closing the Melkonian School would have on the Diaspora. We always looked for support from people outside our circle who would say enough is enough. We are very fortunate to see that you have made our problem your problem and you are determined to solve it and save Melkonian as our National Treasure, a symbol of our identity.
We take this opportunity to thank Mr. Neoclis Sylikiotis, the Minister of Interior, the Government of Cyprus , Archbishop Varoujan of the Cyprus Prelacy, the Committee of Cyprus MEI Alumni and the whole Community of Cyprus . We will never lose our infinite hope as long as we have dedicated and responsible people among us.
Melkonian Alumni & Friends