Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan today convened a consultation devoted to the implementation of new anti-crisis measures in different branches of the economy.
“We have gathered today to consider the future actions to support the Armenian economy during the crisis. To date, the government has adopted 22 anti-crisis measures, some of which have been implemented and some of which are being implemented. These days we will hold discussions with representatives of various sectors and make decisions, but we also need to have a strategy to understand how we are going to overcome the economic crisis,” Pashinyan stated.
The participants of the consultation discussed issues related to the maintenance of jobs in the tourism sector, the provision of special loans to organizations to harvest grapes, the simplification of procedures for export and import and construction, as well as projects for promoting capital investments. They also made their comments and suggestions.
Summing up the results of the consultation, Pashinyan assigned to finalize the drafts of the action plans in the mentioned directions and submit them to the government for consideration and approval.