Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili congratulated all Armenians on Christmas.
“I wish a Happy Feast of the Glorious Nativity and Epiphany of Christ to our Armenian compatriots and the friendly Armenian people.
This centuries-old history, grounded in brotherhood and mutual respect, is defined by the good-neighbourly and friendly relations between our nations that, I am convinced, will carry on into the future. I wish peace, health, joy, and success to all,” reads the PM’s message.
On January 6, the Armenian Apostolic Church celebrates the Feast of the Holy Nativity and Theophany of Our Lord Jesus Christ, which is the commemoration of the Birth and Baptism of Jesus Christ.