Water supply problems discussed in Artsakh

Water supply problems discussed in Artsakh

PanARMENIAN.Net - On December 5, Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan convoked a working consultation on the water supply problem of capital Stepanakert.

Modernization of the capital’s water supply system including exploitation of the water filtration stations and water quality control were in the focus of the meeting, with representatives of the state committee of water management of Armenian territorial administration ministry present.

Noting the vital significance of water system, Bako Sahakyan underlined the need for ensuring high quality and security of the activities carried out, as well as significance of the close cooperation in this field with appropriate structures of Armenia.

Vice prime-minister Arthur Aghabekyan and other officials partook in the consultation, Central Information Department at the Artsakh President's Office reported

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