Russia-based Armenian geologist discusses subsurface use with Artsakh President

News.am, Armenia
Aug 22 2019
Russia-based Armenian geologist discusses subsurface use with Artsakh President Russia-based Armenian geologist discusses subsurface use with Artsakh President

16:04, 22.08.2019
                  

The President of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) and I discussed several issues related to subsurface use in Artsakh. This is what well-known Russia-based geologist Sergey Vardanyan told Artsakhpress following his meeting with President of Artsakh Bako Sahakyan.

According to him, the problem is that there are many mines in the Republic of Artsakh that have yet to be explored. He said it’s time to discover the mine sites and recycle, adding that, as a result, there will be new jobs, and the country’s economy will grow. “Artsakh’s geologist Grigory Gabrielyants has made a great contribution in this sector in Artsakh with the creation of a geological service in a short period of time, and he has made achievements in this sector, particularly in the copper mine of Kashen,” Vardanyan particularly said.

President Bako Sahakyan granted the Anania Shirakatsi Medal to Sergey Vardanyan for his services for the development of the subsurface use in the Republic of Artsakh, and according to Vardanyan, this came as a surprise. Talking about his plans, Vardanyan also said he will continue to engage relevant specialists in the development of subsurface use in Artsakh.

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