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Friday, 11 February 2022

Regular sitting of the North-South Road Corridor Investment Program Management Council takes place

The regular sitting of the North-South Road Corridor Investment Program Management Council took place at the Government on February 10, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Hambardzum Matevosyan. The issue on the agenda referred to initiating a tender process for the construction of the Sisian-Kajaran section.

Speaking about the importance of the program and the expected results, the Deputy Prime Minister noted that the construction of the Sisian-Kajaran section is one of the priorities of the Government. "The implementation of the program will increase the interest in transit through Armenia, ensure the security of the southern regions of the Republic of Armenia, contribute to their economic development and improve the living standards of the population," Hambardzum Matevosyan said.

During the sitting, the participants discussed a number of issues related to the proper implementation of the tender process.

According to the Sisian-Kajaran road section project, it is planned to build a new 60 km technical class II road with a calculated speed of 100 km/h, including bridges with a total length of 4.7 km and tunnels with a total length of 12.5 km, the longest of which is Bargushat tunnel - 8.6 km long.

As a result, it will be possible to reduce the length of the Sisian-Kajaran road by about 58 km, increase the average speed of 50 km/h to about100 km/h, reduce the travel time by about 1.5-2 hours, as well as increase comfort and security.

Note that the Program is included in Guideline 2 of the EU Economic and Investment Plan, within the framework of which the Government effectively cooperates with the European Union, the European Investment Bank and the EBRD partners for the further financing and implementation of the Project.

July 2022