A new village will be built for the first time in the history of independent Armenia. This was announced by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan during Thursday’s Cabinet meeting of the government—and referring to the construction of the Kaps Reservoir.
Regarding the construction of this reservoir, the PM emphasized the effective management of water resources.
"There, for the first time in the history of Armenia, we are basically going to build a new village. And it is very important that this project goes very successfully, and we can introduce a 21st-century village model there, form a new urban culture that will meet our today's expectations and demands," said the premier.
The government has allocated about 13.3 billion drams to the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure for the implementation of three major projects, and one of them is in connection with the Kaps Reservoir.