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Thursday, 9 November 2017

Prime Minister holds consultation on forestry reform

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan held a follow-up consultation on forestry reform. The meeting focused on issues relating to structural transformations in ArmForest SNCO (optimization, self-sufficiency and accountability, specification of responsibilities). The Prime Minister noted that following the structural reform, ArmForest should have a logical configuration in order to become a more efficient entity. The Head of Government told the responsible persons to further discuss all the... more »

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Karen Karapetyan receives protest action staging students

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received representatives of the students who had been protesting against the proposed bill “On Military Service and Servicemen’s Status” outside the House of Government. Armenian Defense Minister Vigen Sargsyan and Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan also attended the meeting. “We wanted to hold today’s meeting, considering that every one of you has a sense of duty and responsibility before the country. I am... more »

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Prime Minister receives Georgian Competitiveness Agency Chairman

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received Chairman of Competitiveness Agency of Georgia Nodar Khaduri. The Premier noted that the Armenian-Georgian friendly relations can be described as high-level and dynamically developing partnership, and therefore, continued joint efforts need to be made in order to expand the ongoing multifaceted cooperation, including the development of trade and economic ties. Karen Karapetyan welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the RA... more »

Thursday, 9 November 2017

The Administrative Court’s workload may create serious risks - PM issues relevant instructions

A Cabinet sitting was held today, chaired by Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan. Prior to discussing the agenda items, the Prime Minister instructed those responsible to improve the quality of appeals by administrative procedures. “Unlike the judicial appeal, the appealing of administrative acts by administrative procedure is free of charge and takes a relatively short period of time to complete. However, our surveys have shown that administrative acts are mostly appealed in judicial... more »

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

PM briefed on progress in Meghri free economic zone development activities

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan called a consultative meeting to discuss issues related to the establishment of the free economic zone in Meghri. RA Minister of Economic Development and Investments Suren Karayan reported progress in ongoing activities, focusing on the efforts underway on the spot. Highlighting the project’s importance for Armenia’s economic development, Prime Minister Karapetyan instructed to keep the spotlight on the construction of the free economic... more »

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Prime Minister: “We have set a goal to increase farming productivity in Armenia and we have all the necessary prerequisites for it”

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan attended the opening of ArmAgroForum conference. Welcoming the attendees, the Head of Government pointed out that agriculture is one of the most important branches of our economy, which provides employment, promotes income generation and enhancement of living standards in rural areas, export growth and macroeconomic stability. “We have set a goal to increase agricultural productivity in Armenia and we have all the necessary prerequisites for it... more »

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Waste management reform discussed with Prime Minister

Today, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan held a consultation on waste management reform in Armenia. The meeting specifically discussed the proposals for improving the legislative framework applicable to garbage disposal and sanitation as developed by the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development. Minister of Territorial Administration and Development David Lokyan said the primary objective behind the proposed amendments is to improve the quality of garbage collection and... more »

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Karen Karapetyan inspects progress in investment programs in Aragatsotn Marz of Armenia

During today’s trip to Aragatsotn Marz, Karen Karapetyan visited several agricultural companies to get acquainted with the pace of a number of investment projects. The Prime Minister first called at the greenhouse farm of Voskevaz, where cucumbers and tomatoes are being cultivated. Established on a site of one hectare, the farm is going to invest an amount equivalent to USD 800 thousand in order to expand the investment program with 1.2 hectares. The owner of the farm advised that... more »

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

PM attends Talin-1 solar power plant opening

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan attended the commissioning of Armenia’s largest ever solar power generation facility with 1 megawatt capacity in Talin town of Aragatsotn Marz. This unique project is said to be of paramount importance to Armenia’s solar energy system, as well as in terms of environmental protection and economic development. The project was funded by a group of Armenian investors (Eduard Marutyan, Arayik Karapetyan, Zaven Sargsyan, Hayk Chobanyan) and was... more »

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

“Our relations with the Council of Europe will continue to deepen in line with Armenia’s commitments and political undertakings” - PM receives PACE Co-Rapporteurs

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received PACE Monitoring Committee members, PACE Co-Rapporteurs Alan Meale and Giuseppe Galati. The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of Co-Rapporteurs’ regular visits to Armenia, which make it possible to discuss the ongoing reforms and Armenia’s compliance with its commitments. “Since joining the Council of Europe, Armenia has been actively involved in the proceedings of the Council of Europe and its various bodies. We highly... more »

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