ArmInfo. "The most important task for me today is to communicate with citizens. However, now it has become more difficult to communicate with people". Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan stated this live on his Facebook page.
Pashinyan emphasized that in connection with the self-isolation in the country, he cannot directly communicate with citizens. "It is important to understand how our compatriots feel, what social and economic problems they are worried about, how they get along in conditions of limitations, in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. To do this, I decided to call people at random numbers and figure it out >, " Pashinyan emphasized.
In a conversation with compatriots, the Prime Minister, in particular, specified whether citizens observe a self-isolation regime, whether they bring home pensioners to retirees, who makes purchases for them, what issues and problems they care about, how he can help them. Pashinyan also said that he would instruct social workers to provide assistance to pensioners on all issues of concern to them.