ArmInfo. The President of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan, visited the branch of the Tavush textile company, which is located in the frontier community of Artsvaberd, during his working visit to the Tavush region.
The press service of the Armenian leader told ArmInfo that together with the Minister of Economic Development and Investments Suren Karayan, the leadership of Tavush Textile and representatives of the regional leadership visited the company's shops, got acquainted with the investments made in the last period, works, production volumes and programs on development of the company.
As part of the working visit, the president also visited the Berd branch of the Tavush Textile Company. The responsible officials of the company informed the head of the state that the Tavush Textil company, which has been operating since 2015, currently has production facilities in the communities of Choratan, Artsvaberd and Mosesgeh, and also works on the establishment of production workshops in the community of Berd and Paravakar. The company now employs 274 people with an average monthly salary of 120,000 AMD.
In the community of Artsvaberd and the city of Berd, Serzh Sargsyan also met with the population, visited the church of St. George in Berd.
In the Berd district of the Tavush region, the president visited the companies "Apaga Resort" and "Yell Extreme Park" located in the Yenokavan community. The President, accompanied by the Minister of Economic Development and Investments, the Chairman of the State Tourism Committee, heads of the above-mentioned companies, made an excursion and got acquainted with the conditions created in the village of Yenokavan for the development of extreme and adventure tourism, including hotel infrastructures.
In the same community, Sargsyan also visited the "French Village" Cenomanian hotel complex in Yenokavan, got acquainted with the progress of the construction of the complex: in 2014 a memorandum of understanding was signed between the communities of Yenokavan and French Wilcroz, according to which the two communities became sister communities, and the foundation was laid for cooperation in the development of the economies of communities, in particular in the field of tourism, with a focus on creating an enabling and safe environment for the health and livelihoods of communities.