Fate of Yerevan’s Nairit Factory to be decided on Saturday

Fate of Yerevan’s Nairit Factory to be decided on Saturday

 

Armenian Minister for Energy Yervand Zakharyan said at a governmental session today that WB experts will conclude the technical audit for the Nairit Factory in two days. Their assessment will be passed to 200 workers of the factory who have gathered at the entrance of the government. They have been holding protests every week in the last two months, NEWS.am reports.The factory owes workers about 102 billion drams ($235 million), 6 billion drams as salaries, 63 billion as loans, 20 billion to the Yerevan Thermal Power Plant, 8.5 billion to the state budget, 1.4 billion to Gazprom Armenia, 1.2 billion to Armenian Power Networks.The factory producing polychloroprene rubber has been idle since April 2010.

 

Armenian Minister for Energy Yervand Zakharyan said at a governmental session today that WB experts will conclude the technical audit for the Nairit Factory in two days. Their assessment will be passed to 200 workers of the factory who have gathered at the entrance of the government building. They have been holding protests every week for the last two months, NEWS.am reports.

The factory owes workers about 102 billion drams ($235 million), 6 billion drams in salaries, 63 billion in loans, 20 billion to the Yerevan Thermal Power Plant, 8.5 billion to the state budget, 1.4 billion to Gazprom Armenia, 1.2 billion to Armenian Power Networks.

The factory producing polychloroprene rubber has been idle since April 2010.

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