Nikol Pashinyan: Restrictions on freedom of speech are minimized

Arminfo, Armenia

ArmInfo. We have amended the decision to declare a state of emergency and minimized restrictions on freedom of _expression_. This was announced on March 26 at a  government meeting by the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan.

<These restrictions apply solely to healthcare topics. But I think  that the existing regime was very important in terms of maintaining a  certain balance in the information field>, the prime minister said.

He again called on citizens to trust only official information about  the coronavirus, and not to trust information that does not match the  information provided by the government.

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