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Armenia has necessary preconditions to become a technological country with IT being the most rapidly growing sector in Armenia, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said during the Q-and-A following his speech at Italy-Armenia business forum.

“Our intention is to make technological education an education trend,” he said, adding that Armenia has good traditions and was even called the Silicon Valley of the Soviet Union.

Digitalization of public services in Armenia is another goal, while creation of a high-tech ministry will help fulfill this goal, he mentioned.

“Technologies nowadays are important in all sectors, be it agriculture, governance, education, textile or tourism,” he said, adding that education is an absolute priority for the Armenian government.

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