Victoria Aslanyan: “One can always feel safe and at ease in the Homeland”

Director of Golden Grape Armas, businessman Victoria Aslanyan was one of the participants of the “Repatriates of Our Days: The Returnees” meeting organized by the RA Ministry of Diaspora.

When Victoria Aslanian’s father, Armen Aslanyan moved from the United States to Armenia in 2007, he carried out a large-scale investment program, planting grape trees and opening a factory in Aragatsotn Province.

“When we moved from Los Angeles to Armenia in 2009, we had no idea that my father had started carrying out such a large investment program. We were very excited, marveled by his initiative and immediately decided to repatriate so that we would be by his side and continue the program together,” Victoria Aslanyan said in an interview with Hayern Aysor, adding that they are glad to make an investment for Armenia’s advancement.

Moving to Armenia after living abroad for eighteen years, Victoria, who was born in Yerevan, unquestionably states that Armenia is the best place in the world. For her, after her family, the Homeland is the home where one can always feel safe and at ease. Of course, she has faced hardships after the move, but she hasn’t lost hope and has moved forward with optimism and believes that all hardships are temporary.

Gevorg Chichyan

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