Pension Payments Not To Be Delayed On Account Of Extended Holidays


29.12.2009 13:35 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ Pension payments in Armenia will not be delayed
on account of New Year holidays which will last till January 11,
according Minister of Finance Tigran Davtyan.

"We have reached an agreement with Armenia’s President and Prime
Minister, as well as relevant subdivisions. I am also thankful to
our partners who agreed to work beginning January 4-5 to distribute
pensions," he told a news conference in Yerevan.

At that, he noted that Ministry has enough financial resources to
pay 530 thousand pensioners their pensions in due time.

In a session convened on December 3, Armenian government introduced
amendments to the RA law on "Holidays and Commemorative Dates",
extending New Year Holidays till January 10, 2010.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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