The Prime Minister and the head of the IMF mission in Armenia discuss issues of the cooperation
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Today, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received the head of the Armenian mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Iva Petrova and her delegation.
Expressing satisfaction with the IMF-Armenia partnership, the Prime Minister attached importance to the IMF's support for the Government's reform agenda. Nikol Pashinyan emphasized that last year Armenia recorded high indicators of economic growth and state revenue growth. The Prime Minister of Armenia emphasized that the Government is determined to continue the reforms in various directions and emphasizes consistent work with international partner structures along the way.
The head of the IMF mission in Armenia thanked for the high assessment and noted that the IMF will continue to support the economic progress of our country and the reforms initiated by the Government. According to her, Armenia's economic indicators are quite noteworthy, and the IMF is interested in the development of effective cooperation.
The interlocutors referred to the partnership agenda, discussed issues related to the IMF-Armenia joint action plan.
The Prime Minister presented the reforms and recorded results in the diversification of the economy, ensuring financial and economic stability, improving the investment environment, infrastructure development, legislative regulations, fight against corruption, tax sector, and other directions as well.
The sides exchanged ideas on current economic trends and expectations from 2023.