Yerevan /Mediamax/. From now on, group tours at Matenadaran, Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, will be carried out through radio guides.
Geoteam CJSC funded purchasing of 7 transmitters and 120 receivers. At today’s ceremony, the equipment was handed over to Matenadaran.
Director of Matenadaran Hrachya Tamrazyan has attached importance to Geoteam’s support noting that the radio guides came to complete the process of technical equipment and modernization of the museum complex and contribute to enhancing the quality of museum services.
Geoteam CJSC Director General Hayk Aloyan has noted that development of education and tourism in Armenia is one of the company’s social responsibility policy priorities.
“Over the past years, the company has invested more than USD650 thousand to programs for developing education and tourism in Amulsar communities. Our company has also invested in the educational programs funded by Luys expecting that a few of the best young specialists will work at Amulsar project. We have also invested in tourism development in Jermuk”, said Hayk Aloyan.
The company head has noted that “besides being a prominent scientific and cultural center, Matenadaran is one of the major Armenian sights, a significant educational institution and, supporting it, Geoteam also benefits development of tourism and education”.
Hayk Aloyan has also said that the cooperation between Geoteam and Matenadaran will be ongoing. In particular, Geoteam is planning to organize a tour at Matenadaran museum complex for children from Amulsar’s adjacent communities.