YEREVAN. – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan does not believe that Armenia’s economy is not “a patient in need of bed care” because it recorded quite good dynamics.
Asked by lawmakers about the situation of Armenian economy, Pashinyan said the government does not plan to exert pressure on business.
“I do not think that we have to keep economy and business under constant pressure. During the last year we clearly showed that we are protecting inviolability of private property.