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Saturday, 28 April 2007



Today at the NAS headquarters RA Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan met with the leadership of the National Academy of Sciences, directors of research institutions and scholars. The Premier's visit was a follow-up to his commitment, voiced at the April 6, 2007 RA NAS Annual General Meeting, for holding a separate meeting with academicians and scholars in order to discuss in all detail their problems and concerns.



During the meeting, the Academicians stated their vision of the future status of the National Academy of Sciences and the role of the NAS in the scientific developments of our country, the ways for research funding, higher application of scientific innovations in different fields of economy through strengthened linkage between research and entrepreneurship, formation of an appropriate legal framework, availability of incentives for young researchers and so on.



Taking notice of the proposals made, most of which bore on the allocation of targeted financial support or the provision of additional resources, the Prime Minister said that research had always been a focus for the GoA, and the mere scarcity of budget resources prevented the Government from addressing the multitude of problems facing different fields of scientific research in a timely and comprehensive manner.



The Prime Minister stressed that the ever-growing State budget allowed for higher levels of research funding and emphasized the need of attracting extra resources for wider adoption of scientific achievements in industry.



He promised the meeting participants to keep track of the problems of science and assured of his readiness to see and hear the Academicians any time they have a problem and, where necessary, to invite them to the Office of the Prime Minister for consultation over scientific issues.



The Academicians thanked the Prime Minister for his willingness of support and expressed hope that his Republican Party

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