Pashinyan to reduce cash turnover in Armenia

Vestnik Kavkaza
Feb 1 2020
1 Feb in 21:53

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the country's authorities will limit the cash turnover in the republic. The announcement was made during a working discussion in the government of the draft bill ‘On non-cash payments in Armenia.’

"This issue is important for us not only in economic or anti-corruption but also in civilization terms," the prime minister said.

According to Pashinyan, such a measure will help to increase the international rating of Armenia.

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