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Whether Armenian Government Can Recover Overspent Water Resources
16:18 October 13, 2017 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արարատ | Արմավիր
One of the most vivid examples of poor management of water resources in Armenia is the Ararat artesian basin, which is at risk of getting dry because of fish-farm business. The Nature Protection Ministry is proposing to review
Armenian Police Detected Vulture Hunter
13:47 October 06, 2017 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արմավիր
The Armenian Police have detected the hunter of the vultures.Their press release says, 'Due to the measures taken by Armavir Division of Police, it was found
Armenian Police: Hunting of Vultures Couldn't Take Place after 2013
11:40 October 05, 2017 | Կենսաբազմազանություն | Արմավիր
On 4 October there were photos disseminated in the mass media, which showed people with killed red-listed vultures in their hands and a car behind them. The Armenian police have revealed the identity
Akhuryan Reservoir Fish Appeared in Armavir Fields
16:31 September 13, 2017 | Կենսաբազմազանություն | Արմավիր
Becuase of water outlets out of Akhuryan reservoir for irrigation purposes, you can find fish in the gorges and fields of Armavir Region, as Hovsep Ghazaryan is beating an alarm signal
NGOs Letter To Minister For Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources: Management of Radioactive Wastes Shall Be Topic for Public Discussion
16:48 September 01, 2017 | Միջուկային էներգետիկա | Արմավիր
'EcoLur', 'Armavir Development Center', 'Huysi Metsamor', 'Armavir Press Club' NGOs have addressed a letter to Ashot Manukyan, Minister For Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources, presenting the proposals of the interested society and the local population on the draft governmental
Naira Araqelyan: US PeaceCorps Volunteers Are Not Sent to ANPP Affected Communities, As They Are Considered Hazardous
14:16 August 29, 2017 | Միջուկային էներգետիկա | Արմավիր
The Armenian Government is proposing to give a solution to the radioactive wastes and the problem of spent nuclear fuel at the Armenian Nuclear Power Plants through “Strategy for Safe Management of Radioactive Wastes and Spent Nuclear Fuel in the Republic of Armenia”. Society at large and the ANPP impacted zone population are worried about this problem
RA Nature Protection Ministry Applying to Firefighting Volunteers : Arrive in Khosrov Reserve from Urtsadzor Section
13:18 August 15, 2017 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արմավիր
RA Nature Protection Ministry is applying to the volunteers, who arrive in Khosrov Reserve to take part in fire-fighting activities to enter from the first gate of Urtsadzor section. Here the employees of RA Nature Protection Ministry and Ministry of Emergency States will coordinate the distribution of the volunteers to different sections on
Supply of ANPP New Equipment To Start Soon
13:00 August 14, 2017 | Միջուկային էներգետիկա | Արմավիր
It is planned to launch the first phase of the equipment of the ANPP second power unit extension in Armenia this November. For the purpose of replacing equipment, works are underway
Grants Received by Armenian NPP
16:45 August 03, 2017 | Միջուկային էներգետիկա | Արմավիր
Besides this 160 million USD, works for extension of design operation period of the second power unit of the Armenian NPP are being implemented within the framework of Russian-Armenian cooperation with 270 million USD export loan provided by Russia and 30 million USD grant provided by
Nuclear Power Plant resumes electricity production
15:06 July 10, 2017 | Միջուկային էներգետիկա | Արմավիր
After successful completion of scheduled upgrading and recharging works on July 7 Armenia’s Nuclear Power Plant resumed production of electricity
Water Volumes Used for Irrigation and Fish Breeding in Ararat Valley To Be Reduced Half
17:24 June 06, 2017 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արարատ | Արմավիր
In order to reduce the groundwater volume used in Ararat Valley from 1.6 billion to 1.1 billion cubic meters reductions will be made in the water volumes used for irrigation and fish breeding. 809 million cubic meter designed to use for fish breeding

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