YEREVAN, January 16. /ARKA/. Armenian government earmarked 498mln drams for improvement of housing conditions of national security service, police and public guard service staffs at its sitting Wednesday.
The money will be allocated from the government’s reserve fund to reward officers who have served in security agencies for long years, minister of finance Vache Gabrielyan said.
Armenia’s prime-minister Tigran Sargsyan, in his turn, said that the decision is made instructed by the president.
Earlier, reps of security agencies had brought up social issues at a consultation in the office of president.
This is the first step to solve their housing problems, the prime minister said. ($1=407.58drams). –0--