Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan today attended the opening of the territorial center for complex social services in Sevan, as reported the news service of the Government of Armenia. Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Zaruhi Batoyan informed that the territorial center of Sevan will provide social services to nearly 40,000 residents of 14 settlements in the Sevan region of Gegharkunik Province.
The Prime Minister toured the center and was told about the services. The Prime Minister was told that the center will provide four social services (territorial division for social security, territorial center for employment, medical-social expert examination committee and territorial agency for social support).
Overall, there will be nearly 19 employees, and there will be nearly 13,000 beneficiaries.