Dilijan is actively covered with buildings. Almost ready complex rises above Dilijan built for the Central Bank. The Central Bank intends to move into Dilijan with the comfort for all its employees. This object is constructed for this very purpose, which, by the way, doesn’t have any conclusion of environmental impact assessment and hasn’t undergone any public hearings.
The complex by Renco Company doesn’t have such documents like many other buildings approved by Dilijan Municipality. Municipality seems to be inspired by the fact it bears responsibility for the activities in the administrative territory of the town (and not “Dilijan” National Park) started wide-scale construction and forgot that construction with a territory of 1500 square meters and more should have the opinion of the State Environmental Inspection. Any construction should have this opinion, moreover the building directly touching upon the interests of “Dilijan” National Park. “Dilijan” National Park Ashot Davtyan in his interview with EcoLur noted if the load on Dilijan Town in summer season increases more, it will pass on to the forest zones of Dilijan National Park. “In summer we are afraid on fires, which may break out from negligently put out cigarette, and garbage which people fond of forest walks leave in the forest.”
13:14 October 04, 2011