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Friday, 22 July 2005

  By Prime Minister A. Margaryan's decision, Mr. Haik Cheshmarityan was released from the post of Deputy Minister of Transport and Communication of the Republic of Armenia. In accordance with another decision issued by the Prime Minister, Mr. Vrouyr Arakelyan was appointed RA Deputy Minister of Transport and Communication. Biographical Note Mr. Vrouyr Arakelyan was born in Hrazdan town in 1950. In 1965-1969, he studied at the Radio-Electrical Communications TSS in... more »

Friday, 22 July 2005

  RA Prime Minister A. Margaryan will leave for Georgia for a working visit on July 24. In accordance with an understanding reached with the Georgian Prime Minister during his earlier visit a month ago, he is due to meet with Prime Minister Zourab Noghaideli in Javakhk where, among other issues relating to Armenian-Georgian cooperation, they will discuss the problems facing Javakhk and the possibilities for the Armenian government to assist local authorities with their solution. The... more »

Friday, 22 July 2005

  Today RA charitable programs coordination government commission has held a regular meeting presided at by commission chairman Mr. S. Ter-Simonyan. The commission has discussed 12 charitable projects, including: a Hayastan All-Armenian Fund-sponsored project for the rehabilitation of water-mains in Shamakhian, Aiguestan and Ivanovo streets of Dilijan town of Tavoush marz, a NAS Institute of History-implemented project for creating literature on the Armenian Cause,... more »

July 2005