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Hrant Gadarigian

Former Yerevan Mayor Gets Nod as Next Armenian Prime Minister: Promises Results

Karen Karapetyan, the man nominated to be the next prime minister of Armenia, addressed the council of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia yesterday and said that he would do his utmost to justify the party’s faith in him.

Sitting next to Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and outgoing Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan, Karapetyan, a former Yerevan mayor, thanked Abrahamyan for the work he and his team has down over the past two years.

Karapetyan announced that he would present a two-stage long-term development plan for Armenia in the near future and that he was open to suggestions from his colleagues and representatives of the business community.

Karapetyan was appointed Yerevan mayor on December 28, 2010 and resigned in October 201.

After resigning, he returned to Russia and continued working for Gazprom.

Abrahamyan wished his replacement as prime minister much success.

Photo: Serzh Sargsyan, Hovik Abrahamyan, Karen Karapetyan

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