ArmInfo.The construction in the second largest and most important city of Armenia - Gyumri - a customs clearance point for cars has entered a new stage. This was reported by the press service of the State Revenue Committee (SRC) of the Republic of Armenia. According to the source, the QGD working group regularly visits the construction site intended for the Center for Foreign Economic activities where on-site monitors ongoing work.
According to the Secretary General of the State Duma, Edgar Gevorgyan, whose words are quoted by the press service of the department, it is completely completed installation of internal communications. The Government of the Republic of Armenia allocated 181 million drams to the State Revenue Committee for the implementation of the first stage of the program, and another 966 million drams for the second stage. Edgar Gevorgyan also said that construction work is in full swing. The construction site is provided with night lighting, which allows for work until late at night. If necessary, construction will be carried out in 24- hour mode.
Edgar Gevorgyan recalled that the opening of the item is scheduled for October 11 this year. Earlier, ArmInfo reported that the total cost of the program is 2.2 billion drams. The intentions to transfer the customs clearance point for imported cars from the customs department in Noragavit to Gyumri come from the order of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia in connection with an unprecedented increase in the import of motor vehicles from countries that are not members of the EAEU. Of the indicated amount of 181 million drams, 41 million drams were allocated for the development of design estimates, geodetic and other works, and 140 million drams for the purchase of equipment and other services. It is planned to build a car customs in Gyumri on the territory of 21.5 hectares owned by the Ministry of Defense. 4.5 hectares from this territory will be allocated for the establishment of a customs and police service center.