YEREVAN, November 21. /ARKA/. During a visit to Aragatsotn province today Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said his government was negotiating a total of $500 million worth investment projects, part of which are already underway.
“When the agreements on creation of new plants materialize, next year the economy of our country will make a U-turn,” he said.
Pashinyan said he was talking about the construction of several plants that will change the economic image of the country. He said the government will do everything in its power to help these projects materialize.
He said agriculture was, remains and will remain a strategic direction. “When we talk about the introduction of new technologies, I emphasize every time that their use should not affect the environmental cleanliness of our products,” said Pashinyan. -0-