Government adopted three resolutions to reduce and simplify regulations in the health sector

A Cabinet meeting was held today, chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan.

On the basis of the protocol adopted at the April 2012 meeting of the council on reform of economic legislation in Armenia, the national center of regulatory legislation has examined the health sector – that of drug control, in particular – in a bid to reduce and simplify the corresponding regulations. As a result, numerous proposals were submitted based on which the Government adopted three resolutions.

The Prime Minister suggested holding discussions on per-sector economic performance just as it was the case last year. The ministers were told to analyze the growth stated in their respective areas so that the government could take up the matter at the next cabinet meeting, especially as the final six-month figures have already been published.

"We should be able to assess the potential at hand and future challenges in order to ensure that this year as well we boast high economic growth. The economy has seen drastic structural changes, and we should be able to identify any negative trend and determine the steps we need to take in target industries. We will have to identify those areas in which we have a relatively high rate of growth and take such steps as may seem necessary to provide for sustainable growth. All these issues will be discussed at the next Cabinet meeting,” the Prime Minister said.

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