Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

In Armenia, officially formed a new government

In Armenia, officially formed a new government

Armenia's foreign policy will remain unchanged after the political crisis is solved, newly-elected Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said in an interview with Russia-24. On the same day, Armen Sarkissian, Armenian president accepted the government's resignation.

Mger Grigoryan became deputy prime minister and Mane Tandilyan now is the minister of labor and social affairs.

Pashinyan stressed that the protest actions in Armenia were due exclusively to internal problems of the country, and protesters did not make any demands concerning the country's foreign policy. Arsen Torosyan was appointed health minister. The PMs underlined the importance of further development of the traditional friendly relations of the two countries, particularly the importance of strengthening economic ties.

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Former sports minister Hrachya Rostomyan was appointed emergencies minister, Artur Grigoryan - minister of energy infrastructures and natural resources, Lilit Makunc - culture minister, Erik Grigoryan - minister of nature protection, Ashot Hakobyan - minister of transport, communication and information technologies.

The previous foreign minister, Eduard Nalbandyan, held the office since 2008. In 2011-2014, he served as a deputy foreign minister.

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