The coronavirus has caused social and economic hardships, but the predictions for social or economic collapse failed and will fail in the future. This is what Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said during today’s question-and-answer session with government officials in parliament, responding to a question from deputy of the Bright Armenia faction Arkady Khachatryan.
Pashinyan added that there are specific statistics and that the situation is under control. He also said even though there is a problem with capital expenditures, the government is making efforts to intensify efforts and will carry out new projects that will boost construction and other sectors of the economy in the fall.
The Prime Minister emphasized that many citizens were involved in agriculture this year.