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19.01.2012

Armenian PM sends a letter to Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi

“Dear Mr. Iommi,

Here in Armenia we think about you. We know your spirit is strong as ever, and we do believe the genius of your inspiration that guides you through the work on the new Black Sabbath album will transform into a boost of strength and energy that you need now, when things look tough.
It is with great warmth that I look back and recollect our meeting in Armenia. It is with great admiration that I follow your work. It is with absolute certainty that I believe in your inner strength and determination to overcome the difficulties.
My best regards to you and your family on behalf of myself and thousands of your fans in Armenia”, - the PM’s letter reads.
In early January, Tony Iommi was announced to have early-stage lymphoma, and a treatment course is currently being worked out for the musician. Despite this fact, Black Sabbath which announced its reunion in late 2011, continues working on a new album. Tony Iommi receives a lot of letters of support from all over the world every day.
In October 2009, Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan awarded the Order of Honor to Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, Deep Purple lead singer Ian Gillan, Asia keyboard player Geoff Downes and organizer of Rock Aid Armenia project John Dee. 
In October 2009, the rock starts arrived in Armenia within Armenia Grateful 2 Rock/Rock Aid Armenia organized by Mediamax and Australian Do Something organization.

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