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The Government is preparing for the harvest of grain crops

12.05.2016

On May 12, Prime Minister of Artsakh Republic Arayik Harutyunyan called a conference with the participation of the responsible persons of the agricultural sphere, during which a wide range of issues related to the harvest of grain crops, the organization of fire prevention and other further activities were discussed. Turning to those responsible Arayik Harutyunyan said, “In order to fill up all the gaps caused by April events, it is necessary to implement operative works directed to completion of spring sowing and vegetable crop cultivation and implementation of the harvest of grain crops in June”.
Prime Minister A. Harutyunyan encouraged to pay attention to the tobacco growing and expansion of orchards.” This year we foresee the purveyance of unlimited number of agricultural products for reprocessing. In this way we will somehow support our inhabitants to improve their social situation and will solve some problems related to food security as well”. Aram Mkhoyan, AR Minister of Agriculture briefed on the works implemented and mentioned that the works of spring sowing were not completed because of the known reasons but the works are now being implemented. According to him the process of pest killers and seeds’ provision continues. The Minister of agriculture informed that the range of combine harvesters are going to be supplemented with 6 other ones.
According to Ashot Bakhshiyan , the head of “Village and Agriculture Support” Fund machine and tractor stations are ready for the harvest, and the cleaning works of warehouses are completed for the purveyance of wheat and barley.
The head of State Emergency Service Arthur Harutyunyan mentioned that the organizational works of fire prevention are also approaching to completion.
At the end of the conference the head of the Government encouraged all the responsible persons of the agricultural sphere to cooperate with one another for recording successful results.
 

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