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AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY FOR REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA
Vardan Balaian was born in Charentsavan (Armenia) on 09/05/1978.
In 1995 he finished high school at the Moscow Comprehensive Institute.
In 2000 he graduated in law from the Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation.
Married to Dr. Karine Elchibekyan Melsovna, the couple have three children: Anna-Margarita, born in 2006, Arthur, born in 2007, and Sylvia, born in 2009.
Vardan Balaian is fluent in Armenian, Russian and English.
In 2012, Balaian returned with his family to Armenia, in the capital Yerevan, where he still lives permanently.
In Armenia, Vardan Balaian has developed numerous important business.
He is the owner of the Senator Golden Palace Hotel & Casino in Tsaghkadzor.
In 2013 he founded the Unicum Arm LLC of Yerevan, a strategic arms company.
In 2016 he founded Unicum Engineering LLC in Yerevan, a company of night and thermal vision devices.
Also in Yerevan, he opened a sports school for children.
In Armenia he is very involved in supporting the needy, helping many families in need, improving the living conditions of residents in the villages, helping schools by providing school supplies, supporting the elderly and the sick, paying for their care.
In 2019 he became Knight of Jerusalem and on December 16 of the same year he obtained the citizenship of the Templar Nation.
On January 5, 2020 he was appointed Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Templar Nation in the Republic of Armenia with notification of Credentials to H.E. Armen Sarkissian, President of Armenia.
Accreditation UUN – Unrepresented United Nations
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