ArmInfo. Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan is sure that the health sector improvement could not be a goal ending on itself. "The optimization is not a goal in and of itself. To be simple, under the conditions of our restricted abilities non efficient expenditure are being implemented," Karen Karapetyan stated on May 12 during his visit to Armenian Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development.
According to the Government's press service, the head of the Government was submitted the optimization process in medical centers of Shirak, Aragatsotn and Kotayq areas, which resulted the expected economy to total over 250 bln AMD. In this context the head of the Government stressed that the optimization is not a goal in and of itself. "These means can be also left in this sphere, directing them to service quality increase, comfortableness, so that children should not have to attend the school at second shift, the teacher would get normal wage, there would be no problems with teachers in near border villages," he stated.
During the meeting the issues of communities' expanding and making modifications to the law On Municipal Service were discussed within the framework of Clean Armenia Project.
The Prime Minister was reported that 2015-2025 rural development projects workout is close to the end. The aim is to increase the competitiveness and to overcome the irregular development of rural economy. According to the concepts, by the year of 2025 the per capita in the area will exceed 60% of average indicator in the Republic. Is expected also that during the period mentioned about 50 thousand new jobs will be created for high skilled specialists.
Summarizing the results of the meeting, Karen Karapetyan stressed: "We took the right path, but we have a lot to do yet. You should realize that your team is represented by the people who are expected to implement basic changes in the sector of rural development. If you want to see a country having a sustainable development, and nationals whose daily needs are satisfied properly, you should conduct reforms. And to do that, every governor should turn into the prime minister of any given area, and should understand where he should lead the area."