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Wednesday, 20 April 2022

Deputy Prime Minister Matevosyan discussed with the governors a number of issues related to the start of subsidy programs and the agricultural season

A consultation chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Hambardzum Matevosyan and with the participation of Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Gnel Sanosyan, governors of Armenia and other concerned state bodies took place today. During the meeting issues of monitoring the subsidy programs completed in 2021 were discussed, as well as reference was made to the need to draw up a scheme for organizing community traffic, the introduction of an integrated route network, the collection of budget revenues of the communities of the regions, and the start of the agricultural season.

Touching upon the issue related to the introduction of the integrated route network, the Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Gnel Sanosyan informed that in the regions that have completed the process of community enlargement (Shirak, Aragatsotn, Tavush, Gegharkunik) works are underway to organize tenders for selection of network service companies. In particular, the optimal route directions and timetable of the regions are being reviewed.

By another issue on the agenda, referring to the implementation of the state support program for the purchase of fertilizers, Deputy Minister of Economy Arman Khojoyan said that in 2022, a total of 11,000 tons of fertilizers were imported to Armenia, 50% of which are of agricultural significance. According to operative data, as of today 4750 tons of fertilizer has already been supplied to the regions of Armenia․ The process continues.

Deputy Prime Minister Matevosyan instructed the governors to keep the state programs implemented in the communities in the center of constant attention, in particular, the large-scale capital initiative of "300 schools-500 kindergartens" launched by the Government program, as well as to identify problems / shortcomings in completed subsidy programs through inspections before the warranty period expires, and take steps to correct them.

Other issues were also discussed during the consultation.



May 2022