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Friday, 8 August 2014

PM pays working visit to Aragatsotn, Armavir marzes

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan made a working visit to Armavir and Aragatsotn marzes.

First, the Prime Minister monitored the construction site of the North-South Road Corridor Investment Program Tranche 2, Ashtarak-Talin section.

The head of government was briefed on the work now completed, current activities and the further steps. Hovik Abrahamyan asked about the status of the activities under Tranche 1 Yerevan-Ashtarak-Yerevan-Ararat section and ordered to complete construction in accordance with the established schedule. In the frame of the North-south Road Corridor Investment Program Tranche 2 it is expected to refurbish the 41.9 km-long Ashtarak-Talin section and widen it up to a 4-lane road. Note that the Tranche 2 loan agreement was signed in May 30, 2011. Design and consultancy services are ensured by the French Aegis International, while the contractor is the Spanish Corsan Corviam Construccion Company S.A.

Hovik Abrahamyan then headed for Yeghnik community of Talin region, toured the village school and took the opportunity to discuss with the villagers their concerns, which featured provision of drinking water, reconstruction of the school building, roads and other infrastructure.

The Premier gave 10 days to those responsible to have 2,500 m of water pipe laid for bringing drinking water into the village and submit a cost estimate for the renovation of the school gym. Concerning another query raised by the local population, Hovik Abrahamyan suggested resorting to lease for the use of grazing land, which was accepted by the farmers.

The Prime Minister also visited the Talin Children’s Art School, which is being rebuilt under a program financed by the Armenia Social Investment Fund. The head of government was informed that the school with some 64 students will be renovated by this September 1. Now work is in progress on the floors, toilets, electricity, water, gas, sewer, ventilation and heating systems, windows, roof replacement and so on. On the Prime Minister’s assignment the school will get new equipment within 10 days. Hovik Abrahamyan also called at Talin region’s Dashtadem village community and toured the medieval fortress complex.

Nearly AMD370 was allocated in 2006-2008 from the State budget to provide for the research and restoration of the monument area. Further restoration work will be carried out under the USA Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation of Cultural Heritage. Then the Prime Minister availed himself of the opportunity to talk with the residents of Dashtadem about the problems faced by the community, in particular the Premier promised to possibly resolve the problem of irrigation water.

Hovik Abrahamyan last stop was in Musaler community of Armavir Marz. The Prime Minister called at the Musa Dagh Battle and Ethnography Museum, which is a subsidiary to the Sardarapat Memorial, Armenian Ethnography and Liberation Movement History Museum. Hovik Abrahamyan was given details of the ongoing museum and memorial complex renovation and improvement work.

August 2020