What are the prospects for electric vehicles in Armenia?
Minister of Environment Irina Ghaplanyan received the representatives of about 10 organizations engaged in import and sale of automotive vehicles and considered numerous issues regarding the development of the automotive industry with them.
The reception of citizens took place at the Ministry of Environment
Deputy Minister of Environment Irina Ghaplanyan today received the 16 registered citizens. The citizens came up with propositions over the functions of the Ministry of Environment
The list of banned products of Armenian origin in case of export to non-member countries of EAEU from Armenia was approved at today's Cabinet meeting
Submitting the draft, Minister of Environment Erik Grigoryan noted that by this decree it is proposed to ban the export of certain timber products to third countries. He added that this prohibition remarkabely refers to firewood and logs...
New energy efficient solutions are being introduced
In the frames of the United Nations Development Programme and the Global Environment Facility (UNDP-GEF) “Mainstreaming Sustainable Land and Forest in Mountain Landscapes of North-Eastern Armenia” project, with the assistance of the Ministry of Environment and with the technical support of the UNDP/GEF Small Grants Program (SGP), energy efficient solutions have been introduced to Dzoragyugh and Vahagni communities, Lori region, to reduce the pressure on nearby forest ecosystems.
Erik Grigoryan received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Armenia Mr. Jun Yamada
Minister of Environment Erik Grigoryan received today Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Armenia Mr. Jun Yamada.
The Bioresources Management Agency of the Ministry of Environment embarked on accepting applications for amateur fishing (36-N order.)
New techniques for "ArmForest"
Minister of Environment Erik Grigoryan today attended the ceremony of handing tractors acquired for the forestry enterprises of “ArmForest” SNCO.
By the means of the 2019 state budget, the Ministry purchased eight Bellarus 82.1 tractors equipped with 8 agricultural, 8 forest ploughs and relevent drilling rigs envisaged for tree planting.