Armenian government discusses World Bank report

Armenian government discusses World Bank report

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian government, chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, held a discussion of World Bank report titled “Policy analysis for the government of Armenia”.

World Bank's Regional Director for the South Caucasus Henry Kerali, head of WB Yerevan Office Jean Michel-Happi, IMF Resident Representative in Armenia Guillermo Tolosa and IFC Regional Manager for South Caucasus Thomas Lubeck attended the event.

As Mr. Kerali noted, the report features the key challenges for Armenia, with economic growth and implementation of systematic reforms among the priorities.

Public welfare, development of infrastructures, human capital and social security were further discussed, government press service reported.

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