Kristine Karapetyan

Kristine Karapetyan

  • Country of origin: Armenia
  • Current residence: Armavir, Armenia

Kristine is a civil journalist and a history student at Yerevan State University. She is a graduate of the School of Democracy of the Armenian Institute for International Security, and she actively participates in social activities. Additionally, she volunteers at different organisations and from time to time enrols in various courses focused on her fields of interest, which are: EU-Armenia relations, educational opportunities and governance systems in EU countries.

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