Pashinyan announces new stage of forced reforms
Armenia's new government has resolved the main problems since its inception 100 days ago, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at the Cabinet meeting.
"Over the 100 days we have resolved our main problems, having ensured the natural functioning of the country and the natural development of the economy in the post-revolutionary period," the prime minister said.
At the same time, he noted that the authorities are moving to a new stage of forced reforms in order to give the country's economy a new breath and change the gear to "second speed".
"I hope that the energy accumulated during these 100 days, the results of which will be summarized tomorrow during the rally, will enable us to resolve with a new force those issues that the citizens of Armenia put before us," ARKA cited Pashinyan as saying.