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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Prime Minister Introduces Newly Appointed Ministers To Ministry Staffs

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan introduced to the Staff of Government and 3 ministry staffs their newly appointed heads – Chief of Government Staff Vache Gabrielyan, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Yuri Vardanyan, Minister of Economy Vahram Avanesyan and Minister of Finance David Sargsyan.

Introducing Vache Gabrielyan, the Premier noted in part, “I am sure that strong with his long experience and deep knowledge Vache Gabrielyan can best carry out this work. At the same time, we have made a political decision by elevating the status of the chief of government staff. Earlier today the Cabinet approved a bill to grant a ministerial status to the Chief of Government Staff. Whereas we are facing changes and reforms, we need to ensure better coordination of reform activities in different areas. In this respect, Mr Gabrielyan will be given the task of coordinating reforms in the educational, healthcare and public sectors.”

Tigran Sargsyan said the newly appointed chief of government staff will be called to provide for tangible results in the aforementioned areas. According to the Prime Minister, the citizens will be able to see tangible and visible improvements in the years to come.

Introducing newly appointed Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Yuri Vardanyan, the Prime Minister said, “Yuri Vardanyan is well known in the sporting world. It would be hard to find a better candidate for this post as Mr. Vardanyan knows very well the needs of athletes, their living conditions, and what should be done to promote sports in our country. From this perspective, we do believe that his long experience and knowledge may bring about a breakthrough in this field.”

Talking about newly appointed Minister of Economy Vahram Avanesyan, the head of government said that Mr. Avanesyan is one of Armenia’s best economists with extensive work experience in both public and private sectors. As the Premier noted, Vahram Avanesyan was engaged in the field of economic research during all these years. He has assisted the government with the drafting of most important documents, including the new strategy for sustainable development. “He is well aware of almost all the problems facing the government, and I am sure that the shift will be as smooth as possible,” the head of government said.

The Prime Minister advised that former Minister of Economy Tigran Davtyan will continue his mission as Armenia’s representative in the World Trade Organization. Tigran Davtyan is expected to help promote Armenian products on foreign markets.

Introducing newly appointed Minister of Finance David Sargsyan, the Prime Minister stated in part, “David Sargsyan has extensive experience and knowledge. I am convinced that his expertise and organizational skills will be useful in the post of finance minister. We are in for serious reforms that will lay a heavy burden on the Ministry of Finance. I am confident led by David Sargsyan, the Ministry staff will live up to the task.”

The former and newly appointed ministers thanked the Premier for appreciation and confidence.

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