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Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Tigran Sargsyan Off To Lori, Shirak Marzes On Earthquake Anniversary





Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan paid a visit to Lori and Shirak Marzes of Armenia, dated to the 23rd anniversary of the devastating earthquake of 1988. The head of government laid wreaths at the victims’ memorials in Spitak and Gyumri, paying homage with a minute’s silence.

Then, attended by Prime Minister Sargsyan, a renovated kindergarten, a community center and a medical facility were inaugurated in Amasia. The kindergarten is supposed to host some 60 children from the local districts.

The building’s ground floor hosts the administrative premises, a health hub, a playground, a venue for gatherings and a computer room, with the first floor intended entirely as a nursery school consisting of two groups of thirty children each, featuring a bedroom, a recreation lounge, a cloakroom, a bathroom.

The second floor of the building hosts an eighty-seat hall of celebrations, which can also be used for events of local importance.

The facility was refurbished with funding available from the Armenia Social Investment Fund to a total cost of AMD 100 million.

The Amasia medical center attends some 9 thousand people from the community and the surrounding areas. It has a maternity ward, an outpatient clinic and an ambulance service, which are equipped with all necessary medical equipment. The project was funded to a total cost of 88 million drams.

The Premier also called at Amasia’s WKS textile factory where he was introduced to the manufacturing process. The factory employs 105 people and exports the totality of its output toward Germany.
 

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