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Monday, 13 June 2005

Today RA Minister of Territorial Administration Mr. Hovik Abrahamyan has received Vice President of the World Bank Mr. Shigeo Katzou at the Office of Government. The Parties have discussed the progress in the implementation of WB-sponsored water supply and irrigation programs in Armenia, as well as the prospects for future cooperation. With reference to the programs underway in the fields of water supply and irrigation, Mr. Abrahamyan expressed satisfaction with the pace of progress by... more »

Friday, 10 June 2005

On a working visit to Japan, RA Prime Minister A. Margaryan met with Vice President of the JICA Azoushi Hatakenaka and visited Sumitomo and Panasonic companies on June 9. Prior to these meetings he had given an interview to the correspondent of Japan Broadcasting Corporation State TV company. The interview covered a broad range of political and economic issues. The correspondent inquired into Armenia's views on the revolutionary processes underway in a number of CIS republics, in particular,... more »

Friday, 10 June 2005

Today RA Minister of Territorial Administration Mr. Hovik Abrahamyan has received the delegation headed by Speaker of Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania Mr. Arthuras Paulauskas, who is in Armenia on a regional visit. By stating the importance of activated high-level contacts between Armenia and Lithuania in terms of developing bilateral relationship, Mr. Hovik Abrahamyan expressed the hope that the present visit would promote this process. As an evidence of the dynamic development of... more »

Wednesday, 8 June 2005

On the second day of the working visit to Japan, the RA Prime Minister A. Margaryan-led Armenian delegation arrived in Tokio. In the morning, the Prime Minister and the members of the delegation met with the representatives of Japan-Armenia Association at Palace Hotel in Tokio. Thanking them for their active efforts towards promoting Armenian-Japanese cooperation, Mr. A. Margaryan stressed that still many potentialities went unused in different areas as witnessed by the lack of direct... more »

Tuesday, 7 June 2005

On a working visit in Japan, the Armenian Prime Minister-led government delegation has visited today the site of the international exposition in Aichi to attend the ceremonial opening of the Day of Armenia in the framework of Expo-2005. In his address to the participants of the event, the Prime Minister has stated, in particular: "Dear Hosts, Participants and Guests, I greet you warmly on the occasion of the Day of Armenia as marked in the framework of this exposition referred to as... more »

Monday, 6 June 2005

The Armenian delegation headed by Prime Minister A. Margaryan has arrived at Nagoia, Aichi, Japan, where Expo-2005 is being held. In the course of the day, the Prime Minister and members of the delegation will see the sights of Nagoia, including the Castle of Nagoia and Azouta Temple, in particular, and will get acquainted with the historical and architectural monuments of the city. Tomorrow morning, the Prime Minister-led delegation will go to the site of the international exposition to... more »

Friday, 3 June 2005

Today RA government commission for the coordination of charitable programs has held an ordinary meeting presided at by Mr. S. Ter-Simonyan, chairman of the commission. The commission has discussed and 14 charitable programs. In particular, discussed and approved were the following projects: publication and distribution of text-books on History of Armenian Church by the Holy See of Etchmiadzin; rehabilitation of the village-hall in Karakert community of Armavir marz, including the... more »

Friday, 3 June 2005

A Prime Minister A. Margaryan-led Armenian delegation is due to leave for Tokio, capital of Japan, for a 5-day working visit. In the framework of the visit, the Prime Minister will attend Expo-2005 international exposition in Aichi. The delegation is comprised of Minister of Trade and Economic Development, Expo-2005 General Commissioner for Armenia Karen Cheshmarityan, Minister of Agriculture Davit Lokyan, Minister of Culture and Youth Affairs Hovik Hoveyan, Head of State Tax Committee under... more »

Friday, 3 June 2005

Early on June 3, 2005, Prime Minister A. Margaryan participated in the meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of Government at Sheraton Metekhi Palace Hotel in Tbilisi. The agenda of the meeting featured about a dozen of items relating to economic, financial, humanitarian cooperation, as well as a number of organizational issues. In particular, the Council discussed and passed decisions concerning the Protocol on phased removal of restrictions in mutual trade arrangements between the CIS States,... more »

Thursday, 2 June 2005

In Georgia on a working visit, RA Prime Minister A. Margaryan met with the representatives of the Armenian community at the Church of St.George on the morning of June 2. Later on, the Prime Minister met with Mrs. Nino Bourjanadze, Speaker of Georgian Parliament. In prioritizing the rapidly expanding intercourse between Armenia and Georgia, the Speaker of Georgian Parliament welcomed the visit of the Armenian Prime Minister, which, according to her, would be another strong impetus to the... more »

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