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Nikol Pashinyan: Helping non-registered employees is very problematic

Nikol Pashinyan: Helping non-registered employees is very problematic

ArmInfo.Helping employees who have not been registered in a particular organization is very problematic. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated in the parliament on March 25.

He noted that the issue of assisting registered employees is much  simpler. <That is, you can understand the terms of the contract: how  much this employee receives, and what income he loses, being in  quarantine.  Thus, it becomes clear to us how to help him. And if  there is no agreement, it is very difficult to assess the amount of  assistance to these persons. It is difficult to detect them and  understand exactly where they work>, the prime minister said.

Pashinyan said that the government is looking for citizens data  through the Paros social support system, or through lists of  officially registered unemployed.

<Our task is to help all those who have really suffered from this  emergency situation, that is, the provision of targeted assistance.  You see, when a business is not competitive and needs to close  because of this, this is one situation, and a completely different  situation when a business incurs losses due to the coronavirus  pandemic. These enterprises will receive support from us in the form  of interest-free loans that banks will finance, '' the prime minister  emphasized, noting that banks would better be able to assess the  competitiveness of certain enterprises.

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