Presidents of Armenia and Artsakh visited Kataro wine factory: Spirit and love are very important for the success of any undertaking
President Armen Sarkissian, who is in Artsakh on a working visit, on April 2 together with the President of Artsakh Bako Sahakian visited Kataro wine factory in Togh village of Hadrut region.
President Armen Sarkissian accompanied by Bako Sahakian toured the factory where the founder of Kataro Edik Avetissian and his son told about the history of the factory and future programs. The factory is a family business. They named their wine after the Kataro abbey situated on Dizapayt hill.
Edik Avetissian said that they started the production of wine back in 2002. President Sarkissian wished the Avetissian family all the best. Noting that the natural conditions of the village were perfect for wine production, Armen Sarkissian said, “Spirit and love are very important for the success of any undertaking, and you invest them in your production.
The Avetissians offered some wine to President Sarkissian. The testing was concluded with a toast, “Peace to this land and water, let’s remember all heroes who gave their lives for the Fatherland and live in eternity.”
The Presidents of two Armenian states walked in Togh village, which is rich with historical monuments, visited the castle of its ancient rulers-meliks, and around a tea table conversed with the villagers.