Kamo Barseghyan was born in 1957 in the village of Baluja (Aygestan) in the region of Askeran in Mountainous Karabakh. He went on to study physics at the Physics/Mathematics faculty of the Pedagogical Institute of Stepanakert.
1974-1975: Studied at the Stepanakert State farm technical school’s fruit and vegetable growing division, at the same time he worked in the same technical school’s Baluja precinct.
1979-1980: Taught at Baluja’s secondary school.
1980-1981: Worked as a dispatcher in the utilities department in the region of Kuybishev in the RSFSR.
1981-1983: Served in the Soviet Army.
1983-1992: Worked at the Stepanakert Shoe Factory as an inspector, later as the president of the labor union.
1992: Graduated from Yerevan’s Polytechnic Institute.
1992-1997: President of Askeran’s tourism department.
1997-2000: Director of Ar, Ltd.
2006-2010: Director of Tufenkian Carpets and Black Garden Tufenkian.
Kamo Barseghyan was actively involved in the national liberation struggle of the people of Mountainous Karabakh and was a member of the Grung Committee’s “Myacum” (Unity) movement; he fought with Baluja’s volunteer company as deputy commander and later as commander of the company.
He was elected to the first and third parliaments of MKR, first serving as a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for Human Rights and National Minorities and then as Chair for the Parliamentary Standing Committee for Production and Production Infrastructure.
On May 23, 2010 he was elected to the MKR parliament, on the ARF-D party’s proportional list.
On June 10, 2010 he was elected as Deputy Chair of the MKR Parliamentary Standing Committee for Production and Production Infrastructure.
He is a member of the ARF-D MKR parliamentary faction.
He is a member of the ARF-D.
He is married and has one child.