Armenian PM ex-chief advisor Arsen Gasparyan commented on his dismissal from the Prime Minister’s office.
According to Gasparyan, it was his decision to be relieved from the post.
“My future activities are due only to discussions held between me and the Prime Minister,” he said in an interview with Armenpress, “I was engaged in foreign economic relations of Armenia, oversaw a number of investment programs, presented to the Prime Minister 46 investment programs, some of which have already been implemented, and the rest are still in the process.
I led the working group on waste management and recycling, as well as the Council of National Minorities. Together with the Italian Embassy in Armenia, I organized the Armenian-Italian business forum, which recently took place in Yerevan and Gyumri. Of course, I carried out various orders of the Prime Minister in the foreign policy and economic spheres.
I was involved in a number of interstate and multilateral negotiations, including the EAEU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement, which I hope will be signed in Yerevan on October 1. I am sure that thanks to my colleagues in the apparatus and other state institutions in all of these working areas that I founded, positive results will be recorded in the near future,” he said.