29.01.2021Government continues discussing macroeconomic, fiscal framework for 2022
Chaired by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, the Government continues discussing the macroeconomic and fiscal framework for 2022, and the 2022-2024 Medium-Term Expenditure Program (MTEP). Today’s meeting discussed the budget bids submitted by state agencies under the estimated framework. Reference was made to budget allocation quotas, per-sector priorities, expenditures, economic growth, investments, recurrent and capital expenditure forecasts. The Prime Minister pointed out that...
28.01.2021PM visits repatriated servicemen who were reported missing for 70 days
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan today traveled to the National Burn Center, where he called on Armenian servicemen who were repatriated on December 20, 2020 after being reported missing for about 70 days. The Premier was briefed on their health status and the course of treatment. Nikol Pashinyan talked to the servicemen, wished them a speedy recovery and thanked them for selfless service.
28.01.2021Prime Minister, French Secretary of State discuss issues of economic cooperation
Today, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, French Secretary of State for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the delegation headed by him. The Armenian Prime Minister and the French Secretary of State had private talks, followed by an extended meeting. Greeting the French delegation, the Premier said: “Our meeting follows up on the agreement reached with President Macron. It reflects the privileged relations between France and Armenia. There has traditionally...
28.01.2021PM Nikol Pashinyan visits Yerablur military pantheon on Army Day
Accompanied by National Assembly Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan and National Security Council members, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan visited Yerablur military pantheon on the occasion of Army Day to pay tribute to those soldiers who fell for the Motherland’s independence. The Premier laid flowers at the graves of Artsakh war heroes, Vazgen Sargsyan, Andranik Ozanian, as well as laid a wreath at the monument perpetuating the memory of Armenian freedom-fighters.
27.01.2021PM chairs discussion of draft economic response program
The draft economic response program with a preliminary action plan was discussed in the Office of the Government, chaired by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. The draft refers to Paragraphs 9 and 10 of the roadmap published by the Prime Minister on November 18, 2020. Paragraph 9 deals with the coronavirus response activities, while Paragraph 10 seeks to reinvigorate the economic environment. The Premier noted that the government makes decisions on a weekly basis related to the...
27.01.2021“Regional stability and peace are in our common interests” - PM receives Iran’s Foreign Minister
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan today received Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif. Welcoming the Iranian Foreign Minister, the Prime Minister said: “Dear Mr. Minister, dear colleagues, I welcome you. We have many important issues to discuss today: the development and deepening of our bilateral relations, including issues of cooperation on various platforms. Of course, the current situation in the region will be one of the most important...