The implementation of the roadmap released on November 18 will be a challenge for the coming months, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan noted on Saturday.
During this period, a number of decisions of a socio-economic nature were adopted. Our compatriots registered in Artsakh are provided with the first necessary financial aid in the amount of 68,000 AMD per person, plus 15,000 AMD for those who do not have real estate in Karabakh, he added.
Residents of territories that are already not under the control of Artsakh are also provided with the first necessary financial aid - 300 thousand drams per person. The government allocated funds for the restoration of destroyed houses in the Syunik and Gegharkunik provinces. Compensation is paid to the families of civilians who were disabled and killed during the war.
A decision was also made to finance families who have received Artsakh people. For one adult person, such a family in Armenia will receive 30 thousand AMD, and in Artsakh - 45 thousand AMD.
In the near future, a decision will be made on the full reimbursement of the tuition fees for the second semester of students who participated in the war, and students from families of participants in the war. Also, the registration of the damaged movable property is carried out to resolve the issue of its compensation.
An additional system of social guarantees for the families of prisoners of war and missing persons will be introduced. Together with the government of Artsakh, active work is underway to restore normal life in the republic. Several tens of thousands of Artsakh people have already returned to their homes, and it is necessary to resolve the issues of restoring their destroyed houses, citizens deprived of housing.
Active work is being carried out in various spheres of public life, from the judicial system to the law on parties, to implement reforms.