Artsakh leader holds consultation on agriculture development

Artsakh leader holds consultation on agriculture development

PanARMENIAN.Net - On January 19, President of Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakyan visited the town of Hadrout where he held a working consultation on the development of agriculture in the region.

President Sahakyan stressed the need to attach special attention to the implementation of pilot projects to reveal the negative and positive aspects as well as will to expand the scope of these programs, with the recorded results to be considered.

NKR prime-minister Ara Harutunyan, heads of regional administration departments and communities attended the consultation, the head of the Central Information Department at NKR President's Office reported.

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