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Sergey Edilyan Appointed Honorary Consul of Armenia in Ohio


Sergey Edilyan Appointed Honorary Consul of Armenia in Ohio

Sergey Edilyan has been appointed as the Honorary Consul of Armenia in the U.S. state of Ohio. This appointment, in accordance with an order by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, signifies the commitment to bolster Armenian-American partnerships.


Edilyan, born in 1977 in Yerevan to a family of lawyers, brings a wealth of legal expertise to his new role. His career began in Armenia, where he worked at the Prosecutor's Office of Yerevan and later at the Court of First Instance of General Jurisdiction of Yerevan. In 2000, Edilyan transitioned to the United States, pursuing further education at Cleveland University and obtaining a master's degree.


Beyond his academic pursuits, Edilyan is a distinguished figure in the business realm, serving as the president of Alpha Tek Automation, Inc. and American Truck Equipment. His commitment to community engagement is reflected in his role as a member of the parish council of St. Grigor Narekatsi Church in Cleveland.


I am deeply honored and humbled to be appointed as Honorary Consul of Armenia for State of Ohio.

I am looking forward to several productive years of serving both Armenia and United States and being a liaison between communities. I will continue contributing my time and energy for new projects,” wrote Edilyan on his LInkedIn.


As the newly appointed Honorary Consul, Edilyan will play a pivotal role in strengthening the ties between Armenia and Ohio. His multifaceted background, combining legal acumen, business leadership, and community involvement, positions him as a bridge-builder fostering cooperation between the two regions.


Married and a father of three children, Edilyan's dedication to both his professional and community roles highlights the potential for enriched collaboration between Armenia and Ohio under his consulship. This appointment marks a positive step towards fortifying the bonds that unite these diverse and vibrant communities.

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