ArmInfo. The Prime Minister's proposed Development Strategy for Armenia until 2050 is undoubtedly a necessary conceptual document. At the same time, it is also of course, in this concept it is necessary to designate, and designate very clearly, the ways of this development. Head of the Center for Human Development Tevan Poghosyan expressed a similar opinion to ArmInfo.
"After the presentation of the strategy, real actions should follow. We have already seen, on paper, many different concepts, strategies, etc. And I would really not like another repetition of this scenario. The government's proposals should become clear to society - people should see clearly all development programs of the country, including those already included in the state budget. To see directions, programs, ways and schedules for their implementation, "he stressed.
To this end, Poghosyan considers it necessary to turn the strategy into a subject of public discussion. According to him, this document is only a project that can become the foundation for creating a national strategy taking into account the views of Artsakh and Diaspora Armenians. Development strategy which will clearly list the directions and ways in which the country will move from year to year towards achieving the next goal.
On September 21, on Independence Day, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan presented Armenia's development strategy until 2050. The document lists the indicators of the country's development that must be achieved by 2050: a population of 5 million, new 1.5 million jobs, a 20-fold increase in GDP, a 7-fold increase in wages and even life expectancy of up to 90 years.
It also provides for the inclusion of at least three Armenian universities in the list of 200 best universities in the world, the creation of at least five IT companies with a capital exceeding $ 10 billion. 10 thousand operating startups, doubling the forest, bringing the annual influx of tourists to 15 million