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Thursday, 25 July 2013

PM Meets Armenian General Athletic Union Board Members

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Armenian General Athletic Union (AGAU) Board members, who are in Armenia to attend the 9th pan-Armenian Games. Welcoming the guests and stressing the role played by the AGAU in promoting the Armenian identity, the Prime Minister said, “It is always a pleasure to meet with youth from the Armenian General Athletic Union. We believe you to be at the forefront of maintaining and promoting the spirit of patriotic education. I can assure that the... more »

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Armenian Prime Minister Extends Condolences To Spanish Premier On Tragic Accident

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan sent a cable of condolences to Head of Government of the Kingdom of Spain Mariano Rajoy Brey in connection with the tragic accident in Spain, which reads as follows: “On behalf of the Government of the Republic of Armenia and myself, I extend deep condolences on the tragic accident that took place in Spain. We mourn together with the friendly people of Spain and share in the sorrow caused by the death of dozens of people in the train accident. Please... more »

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Matters Of Public Concern Within Government’s Eyeshot

The Cabinet held today a regular meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan. Before proceeding to the agenda, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan referred to the self-started popular movement of the last few days, which according to the Premier is of social rather than political nature. The head of government stressed that any decision affecting large masses should be discussed in advance with the public (see separate). The government approved the principled guidelines and a... more »

Thursday, 25 July 2013

“We can see a powerful civil society being formed in Armenia," Prime Minister’s introductory remarks at Cabinet meeting

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan - Dear colleagues, I would like to start today’s Cabinet sitting with the recent days’ social movement-related problems. First, we can see that this is a spontaneous movement of people, which has no political character, though the latest events have shown that some political parties would like to avail themselves of the opportunity, while the actual cause is the Yerevan Town Hall’s decision to change the public transport fares.... more »

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