19.10.2019PM lays the last piece of a puzzle as part of the initiative aimed at addressing the housing needs of Gyumri residents
During his visit to Gyumri, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan laid the last piece of the puzzle in the painting referred to as “The Promised Sacrifice of Grandfather and Grandmother,” authored by Gyumri-based painter Susanna Mkrtchyan. The Gyumri without Temporary Shelters Foundation, which is the initiator of the project, intends to purchase 2 or 3 apartments for homeless families with those 15 million drams that will be received from the sale of a puzzle consisting of 15...
19.10.2019PM gets acquainted with Gyumri’s Foreign Economic Service Center, including the construction of a customs house for vehicles
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan traveled to Gyumri, where he first called at the State Revenue Committee’s Northern Foreign Economic Service Center to get acquainted with the ongoing construction activities. SRC Chairman Davit Ananyan reported that the Center’s primary function will be to provide customs clearance for imported vehicles. Large-scale construction is underway on the 6 hectare site for customs clearance of cars from the 21.5 hectares of land allocated for the...
18.10.2019Security Council holds meeting chaired by PM Pashinyan
The Security Council of the Republic of Armenia is holding a planned extraordinary session, chaired by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Welcoming the meeting participants, the Premier stated: “Our session coincided with the rapid developments underway in our region, and today we will hold a discussion on this matter. Of course, we will exchange views, information about our recent international contacts. We will also discuss the current situation with the peaceful settlement of the...
17.10.2019PM Pashinyan attends premiere of “Gate to Heaven” drama movie
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan attended the premiere of “Gate to Heaven,” a drama film about Artsakh, which centers on the April War of 2016. Directed by Jivan Avetisyan, the movie was filmed in Armenia, Artsakh and Lithuania. Co-producing countries are Armenia, Lithuania, Germany, France, USA, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Italy. The cast features both international stars and well-known Armenian actors. After the Yerevan premiere, the “Gate to Heaven” will...
17.10.2019Nikol Pashinyan receives Japanese Prime Minister’s Special Adviser
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received Eiichi Hasegawa, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan who has arrived in Armenia to attend the Global Innovation Forum in Yerevan. Prime Minister Pashinyan said Armenia highly values the political dialogue with Japan that has been developing dynamically since the establishment of diplomatic relations. He went on to note that the productive cooperation inherent in the interstate dialogue has serious potential for expansion. Thankful for the...
17.10.2019Prime Minister attends memorial service for slain police officer Tigran Arakelyan
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan attended today the memorial service for slain police officer Tigran Arakelyan who served at the Arabkir District Security Department of the General State Guard Directorate of the Republic of Armenia. Tigran Arakelyan was killed late into the night yesterday during the exercise of his official duties.