Wednesday, February 1 2017 12:18
Naira Badalian

Armenian PM outlines key development directions of Armenian agriculture

ArmInfo. The program subsidizing  fertilizers for producers of agricultural products will be revised in  Armenia, Agriculture Minister of Armenia Ignaty Arakelyan said at the  Government on Jan 31.   

The minister said that in 2016 measures were taken to improve the  situation related to the country's food safety, development of a  number of agrarian directions, target use of lands, provision of  subsidies for fertilizers, seeds and fuel, as well as advisory  support to the farm enterprises of Armenia. As regards the plans for  2017, Arakelyan said that the program subsidizing fertilizers for  producers of agricultural products will be revised in Armenia, "given  that a lower cost is expected in case of an open tender".   

For his part, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Robert Makaryan said  that at present there are 317 farm entities in Armenia and 52 farm  cooperatives. 

As regards subsidies, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan thinks that the  subsidies should be provided to the business, which is guided by  logic. "It is necessary to elaborate relevant philosophy in this  field," said Karapetyan.


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