CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA

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Board meeting in Ijevan

Board meeting in Ijevan

On September 28, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Armenia held an outgoing Board meeting in Ijevan, Tavush Region, chaired by president of the Chamber Martin Sargsyan. Prior to moving to the agenda, speaking about the main problems of our country, especially in the border area, Mr. Sargsyan particularly underlined the importance of attracting investments and creating new jobs, which is a priority condition for reducing emigration. Strengthening regional chambers is a strategically important issue, where the whole chamber system has a great role.

Mr. Sargsyan presented the Gold Medals of Council of Heads of Chambers of Commerce CIS member states to Presidents of Chambers Tavush and Lori Mr. Vardges Hovakimyan and Mr. Samvel Najaryan.

The Executive Director of RA CCI Andranik Alexanyan introduced “Report on E-Commerce System” emphasizing that it is necessary to create a new culture in the country, in which the role of the Chamber is also important.

Subsequently the anti-corruption compliance program of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of RA and regulations related to foreign representatives and presidents of commissions have been discussed.

Operations Director of CCI RA Vladimir Amiryan introduced regulation related to foreign representatives, which could make the work of the overseas Representatives of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of RA more effective to organize joint events, meetings and discussions. At the same time Mr. Amiryan presented the regulation related to Presidents of commissions on which the members of the Presidency came up with fruitful proposals.

Summing up the session of the Presidency, President of the RA Chamber of Commerce and Industry Martin Sargsyan concluded that today, our economy needs new resources, new breathing, new oxygen, new high-tech jobs to be able to keep up with new developments in the world.

Other out of agenda issues were also discussed.