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Amram Petrosian

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Amram Petrosian
Amram Petrosian
Amram Petrosian
Amram Petrosian
Native nameԱմրամ Դավիթի Պետրոսյան
Born1978 June 15
Kapan, Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union
🏳️ NationalityArmenian
🏳️ Citizenship Ukraine
Template:Country data Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic
 Soviet Union
🏫 EducationNational Academy for Public Administration
💼 Occupation
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Կատեգորիա:Անձինք այբբենական կարգով Amram Petrosian (Armenian: Ամրամ Դավիթի Պետրոսյան; 15 June 1978, Kapan, Armenian SSR, USSR), is an ethnic Armenian living in Ukraine, political and public figure, the president of “The Foundation for the Development of Modern Diplomacy”[1], the leader of the NAR (New Armenia) international movement[2], and the president of the "Ukrainian Retirees" party[3].


Amram Petrosian was born on June 15, 1978, in the city of Kapan, Armenian SSR. Due to military-related activities, the Petrosian family relocated to Yerevan in 1990. In 1991, they left Armenia, initially moving to the city of Pinsk in Belarus and later, in 1992, to Ukraine. He graduated from the National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine with a specialization in “Public Administration” and obtained the title of “Master of Public Administration”. From 1996 to 1998, he worked as a manager of stationery sales. Between 1998-2001, he was the director of the “Cardinal” investment consulting firm, and from 2001-2003, he served as the president of the board of directors for the “Cardinal Group” company. From 2003 to 2009, Petrosian held the position of the CEO of the “Zlagoda” energy company.

Social activity[edit]

In 1999, Amram Petrosian was admitted to the ranks of the international NGO “Zaporozhian Cossacks” as a Cossack[4]. In 2008, he was appointed as a Cossack chieftain and held the title of general esaul of the “Zaporozhian Cossacks” NGO[5]. In 2001, he was a co-founder of the international organization “League of Cultures”[6]. In 2003, he served as a member of the council of the Armenian spiritual community of the Odessa region. In 2004, he was elected the Godfather of the Armenian Apostolic Church of Odessa. Under the patronage of Petrosian, cultural and enlightening literature has been published, and cultural events have been organized. In 2008, he founded and led the NGO “Regional Justice Group of Kyiv, Lviv, and Khmelnitsky”, and later served as the head of its coordinating council. In 2012, he presided over the independent center observing the “International Influence” elections. From July 7, 2014, he served as the vice-president of the World Economic Association.  From the same year in November, he led the international movement NAR (New Armenia). From September 2015, he has been the president of “The Foundation for the Development of Modern Diplomacy”.

Political activity[edit]

From 2001, he is the deputy president of the "Ukrainian Retirees" party and the overseer of the nine regions of Eastern Ukraine. From 2010, he is the president of the "Ukrainian Retirees" party. From November 2013, he leads the "International" political party.


  • Order of the Holy Equal-to-apostles Prince Vladimir II degree (for services to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 2012)
  • Order of the "Cossack Glory" II degree
  • Twelve-pointed star "Credo" (for a significant contribution to the development of society and international relations)
  • Order of St. George (2014)


  1. развития современной дипломатии[dead link]
  2. Амрам Петросян: армяне во всём мире обязаны мобилизоваться против ИГ
  3. Глава Партии пенсионеров Украины Амрам Петросян возглавил Парад вышиванок в Украине
  4. Амрам Петросян и Владимир Цап
  5. "Украинский сын армянского народа". Archived from the original on 2011-03-21. Retrieved 2011-03-21. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. "Армянские организации Украины поздравили президента Армении с 20-летием независимости". Archived from the original on 2022-02-11. Retrieved 2017-04-06. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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