ArmInfo. Armenia's transformation strategy until 2050 should be seen as the government's guideline. Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan stated this during a meeting at which the participants discussed issues related to the implementation and possible changes to this Strategy.
In particular, he emphasized that as a result of transformation, this document should become a practical tool for the government. According to the press service of the government, the prime minister also noted that during this period the Transformation Strategy has not lost its relevance. "In this regard, we must now decide on our next steps," Pashinyan said.
According to the source, the meeting participants discussed a number of issues related to the programs envisaged by the Strategy, goals, improvement of approaches, transformation, harmonization, assessment of the relevance of events and the development of new content. Various suggestions and comments were submitted.
Summing up the results of the meeting, Prime Minister Pashinyan instructed the responsible persons to continue consistent work to improve the Strategy.
In September 2020, Nikol Pashinyan presented the Transformation Strategy of Armenia until 2050.
According to him, this document reflects the perceptions about Armenia in 2050, the goals and mechanisms to achieve them. Nikol Pashinyan noted that this Strategy concerns not only reforms, but also transformations that should take place in all types of social relations and as a result of which it will be possible to ensure rapid development
The main goals of the Transformation Strategy are: an educated and capable citizen, the people; protected Armenia; effective and accountable management; healthy and wealthy citizen; people, large and prosperous families; legal Armenia; mass export of processed products; clean and green Armenia; reasonable development of territories; responsible agriculture; greater repatriation and integration; peace-connected Armenia; renewable and public energy; attractive for business Armenia; science-intensive Armenia; recognizable and hospitable Armenia.