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Honorary ConsulMr. Tsolak Momjian
Address1, Vitron street
Atolot Industrial Zone
Jerusalem
Israel
Phonelocal: (02) 656.5861
international: +972.2.656.5861
Emailmomjian@netvision.net.il

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Bashar
Tue, 31 Oct 2017 07:32 EDT
visa inquiry
Hello,

I am from East Jerusalem, hold an Israeli travel document, in addition to a Jordanian Passport, is any of which exempt from visa or do I have to apply anyway if I wish to visit Armenia?

Thank you
ahmad abu khaizaran
Tue, 11 Jul 2017 05:27 EDT
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for palestinian citizen visa is mondotary
Jca G
Mon, 12 Dec 2016 23:08 EST
Beaware for john harding/Mezeray George
Beaware for john harding/Mezeray George they offer fake passport, fake id cards at the end you will lose your money they are fraud/scammers
NORHAN
Sun, 9 Mar 2014 05:02 EDT
VISA
I hold Israeli travel document and need a visa to go to Armenia to participate in TC.
how the process going ?
Dr. Boris M. Menin
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 02:39 EDT
request to help to find contact lines of Prof. Arakelyan Grant Babkenovich
Dear Mr. Tsolak Momjian,
I beg your pardon me for my request, if you are busy, or the request is simply not the right place.
I'm looking for Prof. Arakelyan Grant Babkenovich, author of "The numbers and values in modern physics" (on Russian “Числа и величины в современной физике”).
Unfortunately, I could find nothing in Internet.
Can you give me the contact lines of Prof. Arakelyan Grant Babkenovich or to recommend to anyone I can contact?
Thank you in advance.
In a case of the negative answer - I beg your pardon.
Best regards
Boris M. Menin PhD, MSc.
Mechanical & Refrigeration
Consultant expert
Mob: +972 50 22 05 234
Tel: +972 86 421 803
Skype: bmenin
meninbm@gmail.com
www.vk-engineering.com

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