On 20 November, renowned humorist, writer, broadcaster, USSR People's Artist Yevgeni Petrosyan visited the Armenian Genocide Museum.
The beloved Armenian artist accompanied by the AGMI guide Lusine Tunyan got acquainted in detail with the museum exhibition, and different aspects of the Armenian Genocide.
At the end of the visit, Yevgeni Petrosyan thanked the AGMI staff for their work and left a note in the Memory Book of honorable guests:
“The greatest tragedy of all times, which befell the Armenians, cannot leave any conscious human being untouched. The world definitely needs the Armenian Genocide Museum, for any human being to understand where the world could go, the consequences of which would be unforgivably catastrophic.
There are not enough tears to mourn this tragedy.
I feel endless mourning.
I am grateful to the museum staff for the tremendous work they are doing to objectively demonstrate to their generations what has happened and maybe how to prevent such atrocities in the future”.
After the visit to the museum, the famous actor also visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial, laid flowers at the Eternal Fire and paid tribute to the memory of the Holy Martyrs.