On 3 July, the Ambassador of Poland to Armenia Zdzislaw Raczynski opened a water pipeline in Norashen, Aragatsotn Province which had been constructed within the Polish Aid to Armenia programme.
The water pipeline will enable Norashen inhabitants to water all the fields and gardens located in the lower part of the village which could not have been effectively cultivated so far because of the lack of water. The village inhabitants and vice governor of the Aragatsotn Province Aram Arsenian also attended the opening.
This is the second project realised by the Embassy of Poland in the Aragatsotn Province within the Polish Aid programme. Last year the embassy financed renovation of the medical care station in the neighbouring village of Geghadir.
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