“If we do not a problem of sending textbooks, history and literature anywhere, we have a problem in the place: Georgia does not accept,” Gagik Gyanjumyan, Head of the department of Pan-Armenian programs of RA Ministry of Diaspora, on December 2 at the meeting with the journalists in the press hall of “Armenpress”.
He noted that a very strict restriction is made, “Here, political problems arise. Not to mention the history. The history textbooks and history topics are presented in a different way. I think that our new government will be able to come to a common denomination and the issue will be resolved in the right way. But there is a problem. Look, we are going up to Kamchatka, sending books to remote Siberia, Africa, Brazil and elsewhere but not in the territory very close to us: neither official nor regularly. Try to go to Georgia with your car and suddenly, if you have several volumes of books, they will not allow you. But I think this will be resolved too but today, it is a problem.”