New touristic way from Thessaloniki to Meghri kicked off in Noravank17:27, 16 July, 2013
YEREVAN, JULY 16, ARMENPRESS: Armenian, Georgian and Turkish partners of Black Sea Silk Road Corridor on July 16 announced the official start of trans-regional project near Noravank temple. BSSRC is a joint project of Armenian, Georgian, Greek and Turkish non-governmental organizations the aim of which is to create a new touristic way from Thessaloniki to Meghri which has 3 000 km length.
The participants of the performance watched dancing and singing performances. Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the United States of America in the Republic of Amrenia John Heffern mentioned that tourists will receive information about all sights on the way of 3000 km length. When visitor comes to Noravank, he can take his Smartphone and he will have all necessary information,” ambassador said, reports “Armenpress”. He added that the aim of the program is to make the people of four countries closer. The ambassador also spoke about enhancement of ancient places in Armenia.
Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of Georgia to Armenia Tengiz Sharmanashvili stressed the importance of the fact that due to programs of BSSRC contacts between pople become more active. “The most important is that people meet face to face, see each other’s culture and not to hear about it from third people,” said the ambassador assuring that nations included in the program will know each other better.
The project will also include Smartphone adds for iPhones, iPads as well as for telephones working with Android and Windows operational systems. Black Sea Silk Road Corridor finances the Black Sea cooperation project of European Union.