26 October 2018
On October 25, the regional project “Regulatory Framework to Promote Energy Efficiency in the Countries of Eurasian Economic Union” financed by Trust Fund for Development of Russian Federation and implemented by UNDP  handed 4 computers, 4 printers as well as accessories worth 2.500 USD to the RA Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources.
 
Acting Secretary General of the Ministry Artashes Kirakosyan, Climate Change Programs Coordinator Diana Harutyunyan and Project Manager Suren Gyurjinyan take part in the equipment handover ceremony.
 
The listed equipment was provided as a technical support to the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources. 
 
Detailed information about the regional project is available here.
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