YEREVAN.- The issues on providing credit to Armenia’s chemical giant Nairit plant was not discussed during the June 7 session of the Eurasian Economic Community’s (EurAsEC) Anti-Crisis Fund.
The representative of Finance Ministry Irina Ayvazyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am that the issue remains on Fund’s agenda. She said the issue will be discussed as soon as Armenia’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources solves technical problems on choosing the management of rubber plant.
Last December Armenian Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Armen Movsisyan said a political agreement on EurAsEC Anti-Crisis Fund’s financing Nairit factory had been signed.
However, according to him, at first it is necessary to clarify Nairit’s future for the coming 30-40 years. For that reason experts have been invited from abroad.