Indicators of economic growth and activity in Armenia create fertile ground for the formation of quite optimistic expectations, both in the current year and in the near future. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said this at Friday’s plenary session of the Eurasian Congress, in Sochi, Russia.
According to him, in 2022, the economy of Armenia recorded an unprecedented economic growth, and the GDP growth, compared to 2021, was 12.6 percent.
"The growth of industry, trade, including commercial services and construction sectors, also contributed to the high dynamics of Armenia's economy. The growth of exports during the last year was 77.7 percent; moreover, exports to the [other] EAEU [member] countries increased three times," the PM added.
Pashinyan emphasized that Eurasia has a huge potential for economic growth, and they should jointly implement large-scale projects in energy, digitalization, logistics, climate agenda, and some other domains of mutual interest.