The construction of the semi-basement house of the Gharabaghtsyan family in the border village of Paravakar in the Tavush region, initiated 25 years ago, was completed two months ago with the support of Viva-MTS and the “Fuller Center for Housing Armenia”.
Viva-MTS and the Fuller Center for Housing Armenia adhered to their value system to support villagers living on the border. The first project in Paravakar was implemented in 2016. Since then, the housing problem of 10 families there has been solved.
“Those who live in the border areas show us an example of true patriotism. Neither the hardships of life nor the real threat are capable of breaking the spirit of these Armenians and sweeping them from their roots. Your will translates into compelling us all to appreciate what we have, to dedicate ourselves to the prosperity of our country through hard work, and to be united. Our commitment to support you is also strong. Problems will be solved when we are all absolutely united,” said Ralph Yirikian, Managing Director of Viva-MTS.
“During the cooperation with Viva-MTS, the border villages were in the spotlight. The feeling of having a strong back is very important; we try to give this feeling to border families. Ten families, in the village of Paravakar alone, received support to complete the construction of their homes,” said Ashot Yeghiazaryan, president of the Fuller Center for Housing Armenia.