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Saturday, 30 April 2016

PM Introduces Newly Appointed JACES Head

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan introduced today newly appointed acting head of JACES Armen Harutyunyan to the staff of the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement Service by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia.

The Prime Minister thanked former chief judicial acts enforcer Mihran Poghosyan for joint work and the reforms implemented during his term in office. Hovik Abrahamyan noted that in the face of the JACES, we have a public agency, which effectively complies with the tasks set before it.

Introducing Armen Harutyunyan who was appointed to the post of acting head of the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement Service under a presidential decree, the Premier said he had already worked in the JACES and expressed confidence that Mr. Harutyunyan would make the best possible use of his knowledge and experience to increase work efficiency and promote reforms. The Head of Government congratulated Armen Harutyunyan and wished him productive work.

Mihran Poghosyan thanked the President and the Prime Minister for confidence, noting that over the past few years the JACES had been doing its utmost to meet the proposed targets and increase work efficiency. He congratulated Mr. Harutyunyan on appointment and wished him every success.

In turn, Armen Haroutunyan expressed gratitude for high trust, stressing that he was well aware of the problems and challenges facing the Compulsory Enforcement Service. He said to be confident through improved legislation and law enforcement practice it would be possible to increase the efficiency of JACES activities.

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