Tuesday, May 26 2020 13:37
Ani Mshetsyan

Artsakh President Arayik  Harutyunyan announced the upcoming personnel changes in the structure  of the government of the republic

Artsakh President Arayik  Harutyunyan announced the upcoming personnel changes in the structure  of the government of the republic

ArmInfo. Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan announced the upcoming personnel changes in the structure of the government of the republic. Harutyunyan announced this during a live broadcast on his Facebook page. Harutyunyan noted that one of the most important goals of personnel policy is national and political consolidation. Harutyunyan stressed that in the coming days he will complete structural appointments in order to form the new  government by June 1.

In terms of domestic politics, Harutyunyan called a major achievement  the establishment of cooperation with the hero of Artsakh, the leader  of the second largest United Homeland party, Samvel Babayan, with  whom he signed a memorandum of cooperation, as well as with his  recent rival in the presidential election, Artsakh Foreign Minister  Masis Mayilyan. Harutyunyan noted in this connection that despite  condemning criticism, "no one was sold and no one bribed anyone".  Speaking about the governance structure of the republic, Harutyunyan  underlined the establishment of the Ministry of Military Patriotism,  Youth, Sport and Tourism as important. Artsakh President emphasized  that one of the most important new areas of the new government's work  will be the strengthening of the army-society connection, and  military patriotism should become the basis of state policy.

A Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development will also be  created. Moreover, the President's Control Service will be  transformed into the State Control Service. Harutyunyan promised to  fight against nepotism in the state administration and promised to  drive out those who would work half-heartedly. <Today I summoned  high- ranking officials of Artsakh to the meeting, we will have to  say goodbye to many and there will be new staff appointments>.  It  should be noted that following the results of the second round of the  presidential election held on April 14, Arayik Harutyunyan was  elected president of the NKR. 

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