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Thursday, 6 February 2014

By Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan’s decision, Ara Harutyunyan was relieved of the office of Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Armenia, pursuant to his application. In accordance with another decision signed by the Prime Minister, Sergey Avetisyan was appointed to be Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Armenia.

Sergey Avetisyan

Date and Place of Birth
November 25, 1981, Yerevan

1999-2004, Armenian -Russian Slavic University, Department of Economics, State and Municipal Management
2004-2007, Ministry of Finance, Economic Research Institute, PhD in Economics
2011-2012, National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yuy Graduate School of Public Administration, Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Work Experience
2003 -2009, Republic of Armenia Central Bank, Bank Supervision
2009-2014, Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Culture
As of February 5, 2014, Deputy Minister of Economy

Additional Information
Retrained at the Indian Pune town’s National Institute of Bank Management: “Bank Management in Developing Countries.” Under the Singapore-Armenia cooperation program, he took a training course at the Civil Service Institute, fluent in Russian and English.

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October 2020