In the frame are solid politicians – the heads of France and Canada, the President of Chad, the Secretary General of Francophone and the Prince of Monaco.
On October 11, the 17th Francophone Summit (International Organization of Cooperation of the French-speaking Countries) opened in Yerevan , in which more than 40 countries participate. From October 7, the heads of state arrive in the Armenian capital to attend meetings, business forums and concerts.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikola Pashinyan, judging by his photos on Facebook, is very pleased with the visit of high-ranking guests. The head of state goes to meetings with a selfie stick and takes pictures with other politicians. The first to hit his lens was Canadian Prime Minister Justin Tirdot.
Pashinyan and his wife also took a photo with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Bridget.
In the comments on Pashinyan’s page, he appreciated his passion for photographs: they called him an “international guy”, advised him to write his own book “The Subtle Art of Taking Selfies” and noted that he is being photographed “with a group of good people”.