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Friday, 19 July 2019

Tigran Avinyan Meets with Armenian Community Representatives in Boston


On July 19, Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan and Speaker of Parliament Ararat Mirzoyan met with the Armenian community representatives in Boston.

In his remarks, the Deputy Premier stated that after the period of economic transition which lasted over two decades Armenia is facing an obvious challenge to improve productivity and economic competitiveness through prompt action. Continued development of human potential is instrumental on the way to achieving this goal, therefore the government’s priority is to increase the quality and availability of education, science and healthcare services and make them more human-centered.

The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that in modern world no country can achieve high level sustainable development without developing science, technologies and human potential, and the government is going to promote and support innovative ideas and initiatives. He expressed confidence that the creative potential of Armenians can meet not only our domestic needs, but also that of the international community.

For the coming years, priority will be given to the promotion of productive jobs based on the export of goods and services.

Tigran Avinyan said the talent and energy of Diaspora- Armenians needs to be engaged in order to achieve these goals. The Government expects to have the Diaspora’s strong commitment to the economic reforms underway in Armenia that will give new quality to the Armenia-Diaspora partnership.

Armenia-Diaspora relations call for long-lasting and clear-cut policy, which should imply strengthening of economic and business ties between Armenia and the Diaspora, developing repatriation programs, including research and identification of Diaspora’s potential, steps aimed at attracting young people to community life, and so on.

The Deputy Prime Minister called on his compatriots to actively contribute to the efforts aimed at building a new Armenia through knowledge and experience exchange. Issues related to the development of renewable energy, pollution of Lake Sevan and waste recycling possibilities were discussed during the exchange of views that followed.

Tigran Avinyan laid flowers at the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Boston.

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