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Monday, 23 April 2012

Noravank Board of Trustees Holds Meeting

Chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, Noravank Scientific-Educational Foundation Board of Trustees held a regular meeting at the Office of Government. Proceeding to the agenda, the Council referred to Noravank’s by-laws, main activities, Board of Trustees membership changes and the 2011 audit findings. Special courses were said to be hosted for the graduate students of the Research-Educational Center of the National Academy of Sciences, referred to as... more »

Monday, 23 April 2012

SME Development Council Discusses Amendments To Law On Licensing Fees

Chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, the Small and Medium-Size Enterprise Development Council met in an extraordinary session at the Office of Government. Addressing the meeting, the Prime Minister stated in part: “Today's meeting is dedicated to some provisions of the law on licensing fees. The issue has been a subject of heated debate since this norm came into application. Queries are being received from different sectors as to which way the provision should be applied and... more »

Monday, 23 April 2012

PM Receives High-Ranking UNESCO Officials

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Chairperson of UNESCO 36th Conference, Hungary’s Permanent Representative to UNESCO Katalin Bogya and Deputy Director-General of UNESCO Getachev Endiga. “We attach great importance to cooperation for a number of fundamental reasons. The first one has to do with the path covered by the Armenian nation. Armenians appreciate anything associated with our culture. As they fled the Genocide, our grandparents tried to save manuscripts instead... more »

Monday, 23 April 2012

Tigran Sargsyan Receives Governor of Milan

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Governor of Milan Guido Podesta. Welcoming the guest, the Prime Minister said: “We are glad to host you in Armenia. We should avail ourselves of this opportunity to find new ways of cooperation and build on the bilateral ties.” Noting that excellent relations are up with the Armenian community of Milan, Guido Podesta said cooperation can be successful in several prospective areas. As to the promotion of business relations, the... more »

Monday, 23 April 2012

Meeting With Mayor Of Venice

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Mayor of Venice Giorgio Orsoni on his first-ever visit to Armenia in the framework of “Yerevan World Book Capital – 2012” project. The meeting was attended by Italian Ambassador to Armenia Bruno Scapini. ”I am happy to welcome you to Armenia, especially after the signing of a cooperation agreement between the two cities in Venice. I think it opens up a new chapter in our relations. Please rest assured of our keen interest in... more »

Monday, 23 April 2012

ArmBookExpo Kicks Off In Yerevan

On April 21, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan attended a jubilee event held at Cafesjian Arts Center on the sidelines of “500th Anniversary of Armenian Typography” and “Yerevan World Book Capital – 2012.” projects. ArmBookExpo international exhibition features some 1800 books published in 40 countries relating to Armenia and Armenians. The exhibits will subsequently be forwarded to Armenia’s national library to build up a unique literary collection... more »

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