Spanish television follows the stories of Andalusians in Armenia – Public Radio of Armenia
The Spanish TV show “Andalusia in the World” covers stories of Andalusians living in Armenia. Canal Sur TV Luis Marquez travels to Armenia to speak to Andalusians living in Armenia, including European diplomat Gonzalo Serrano, coach Joaquín Caparrós, UWC director Gabriel Abad and two UWC students.
Gonzalo Serrano, Head of Cooperation at the EU Delegation in Armenia, is a Sevillian from the Los Remedios neighborhood who arrived in Armenia three years ago after working in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. in particular, it coordinates that aid from the European Union arrives and is properly managed in Armenia.
Gabriel Abad Fernandez, a Malagasy who arrived three years ago is based in a region known as “Switzerland of Armenia” for its impressive natural environment. He did so with the ambitious goal of running one of the best schools in the world – UWC Dilijan College, the first international boarding school in Armenia.
Joaquín Caparrós , a legendary Sevillian coach from Utrera arrived in Armenia a little over a year ago to take charge of the country’s national football team and who with his work has given back the illusion to local supporters. In Andalusia, he coached teams such as Sevilla FC and Granada CF.
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