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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Government Reviews Anti-Hail Missile Protection System Launching Process

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan chaired a working consultation, which discussed the launch of the anti-hail missile protection system.

Minister of Emergency Situations David Tonoyan reported that the implementation of the first stage is planned for 2018: the activities will start in late March.

Within the framework of the first stage, the sites for installation of 36 rocket launcher stations will be identified, 36 missile launchers will be purchased, as well as other works will be implemented. As the Emergency and Agriculture Ministers noted, the cost estimates have shown that the system is cost-effective. Joint discussions are being held to consider the possibility of covering the fixed costs through the introduction of the insurance system.

The Prime Minister prioritized the speedy introduction of the anti-hail missile protection system, taking into account the need to reduce hailstorm risks in agriculture and achieving cost-effectiveness. The Premier instructed the heads of the agencies concerned to implement a pilot project in beneficiary communities during the year, as well as to develop a relevant insurance scheme within a short period of time.

May 2020