COVID-19: The success and pathways for global cooperation

COVID-19: The success and pathways for global cooperation


  • H.E. Dr. Armen Sarkissian

    President of the Republic of Armenia

  • Dr. Armen Orujyan

    Founding CEO, FAST, Armenia

  • Ms. Anahit Avanesyan

    RA First Deputy Minister of Health, Armenia

  • Lord Ara Darzi

    Director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London, FAST Member of the Board of Advisors, UK

  • Prof. Hitoshi Oshitani

    M.D. Ph.D, M.P.H. - Professor, Department of Virology, Tohoku University School of Medicine; member of government advisory panel on COVID-19

  • Prof. Karl Lauterbach

    Professor for Health Economics and Clinical Epidemiology; Social Democratic Party health expert at the German Bundestag, Germany

  • Dr. Noubar Afeyan

    Co-founder and Chairman, Moderna; Flagship Pioneering Founder and CEO; FAST Co-Founder, USA

  • Mr. Tomochika Uyama

    Director-General, Office for Coronavirus Disease 2019 Preparedness and Response, the Cabinet Secretariat, the Government of Japan

  • Prof. Varduhi Petrosyan

    Dean of Turpanjian School of Public Health, American University of Armenia, Armenia

We invite you to participate in the webinar entitled “COVID-19: The success and pathways for global cooperation” which will be held on June 24, 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability and remarkably firm connectedness of people and nations, and the need for international collaboration in health and science. In this webinar, the President of the Republic of Armenia and medical and biotechnology experts from around the globe convene to examine various successes in dealing with the pandemic. The esteemed panelists will also explore the types of collaboration required between nation’s as well as with international institutions to support nations, especially those in inordinately challenged conditions.

Discussion language: English. Simultaneous interpretation to Armenian will be provided.

The participation is free. You can join the online webinar by Zoom link (please register below) or by live streaming on Facebook. Please note that only participants who registered via Zoom will have access to Armenian simultaneous interpretation.

You are welcome to send your questions to the speakers before the discussion to


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