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Armen Darbinyan

Armen Darbinyan
Արմեն Դարբինյան
11th Prime Minister of Armenia
In office
10 April 1998 – 11 June 1999
Preceded by Robert Kocharyan
Succeeded by Vazgen Sargsyan
Personal details
Born (1965-01-23)January 23, 1965
Gyumri, Armenia
Nationality Armenian
Political party none
Alma mater Moscow State University
Military service
Awards

Armen Darbinyan (Armenian: Արմեն Դարբինյան) (born January 23, 1965 in Gyumri, Armenia), served as Prime Minister of Armenia from 1998 to 1999. In 1986, he received an honors degree at the Department of Economy, Moscow State University. In 1989, Darbinyan completed a post-graduate course at Moscow State University. In 1994, he was appointed First Vice-Chairman of the Central Bank of Armenia. In 1997 Darbinyan was appointed Armenian Minister of Finance. On April 10, 1998, he was appointed Armenian Prime Minister[1] until June 11, 1999. Since 2001, Armen Darbinyan has been rector of Russian-Armenian State University.

Darbinyan has been recognised as a "Young World Leader" by the World Economic Forum.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Armen Darbinyan Recognized Young World Leader by WEF, armeniadiaspora.com, accessed February 2009
Political offices
Preceded by
Robert Kocharyan
Prime Minister of Armenia
1998-1999
Succeeded by
Vazgen Sargsyan


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