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 Tuesday, August 8 2017 18:14
Naira Badalyan

On national park "Sevan" territory demolition of illegal buildings  began  

On national park "Sevan" territory demolition of illegal buildings  began  

ArmInfo. As of August 1, 748 buildings were dismantled from the inventory of 4,729 illegal structures on the territory of Sevan National Park, of which 95 in 2017. Work on clearing the territory of illegal structures continues, the press service of the Ministry of Nature Protection of Armenia reports.

Within the instructions of the President and Prime Minister of the  Republic, work is underway to establish the legality of the  facilities located on the territory of the Sevan National Park,  measures to dismantle illegal buildings, and legitimization of a  number of construction projects. "As part of the measures taken, the  National Park Sevan carried out an inventory of households, and  owners of illegal structures were notified of the need to dismantle  and release the territory they occupy," the Ministry of Nature  Protection said.

Earlier, on April 10, RA Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan said at a  meeting dedicated to the effectiveness of the state non-profit  organization Sevan National Park that the state should use all  mechanisms to prevent lawlessness in the Sevan National Park. Karen  Karapetyan noted the importance of increasing the effective operation  of the park by instructing to submit proposals on its development and  transformation into a structure pursuing the goal of making a profit.  "It is necessary to apply the state mechanism very strictly in  relation to violators, get rid of all that is illegal. It is also  important to develop and apply the concept of activating this  territory in order to make a profit," Karen Karapetyan said.

Yet on March 23 2017, Karen Karapetyan noted at the government  meeting that Lake Sevan and adjacent territories have not only key  environmental and social significance, but also serious economic  potential, in particular, from the point of view of tourism  development. At the same time, he said, today these territories are  not always used effectively, given the special status of the area  around Lake Sevan, as well as the need to ensure the stable  development of the Sevan National Park.

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