Friday, 25 September 2020
More than 100 medical workers and public servants entitled to Prime Minister’s diplomas
More than 100 medical workers from the Nork Hospital of Infectious Diseases, St. Gregory the Illuminator Medical Center and other medical institutions were awarded Prime Minister’s diplomas for selfless efforts in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in the Republic of Armenia.
On the occasion of the 29th anniversary of Armenia’s independence, several public servants were also awarded Prime Minister’s diplomas for conscientious and effective work and high sense of responsibility demonstrated throughout the ongoing fight against the pandemic.
Chief of the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Eduard Aghajanyan handed the diplomas. Addressing those present, he stated: “First of all, let me congratulate all of us on Independence Day. September 21 is perhaps one of the most important, if not the most important holiday in the Republic of Armenia. I consider it the right moment to pay special attention to our fellow countrymen who have played and continue to play a special role in our public life.”
Eduard Aghajanyan stressed that both Armenia and the world, in general, are facing serious challenges due COVID-19. “We have to state that although the pandemic is not over yet, our government managed to take adequate measures to curb the crisis in close cooperation with you,” Eduard Aghajanian pointed out.
Thanking those present for selfless work and dedication, the Chief of the Office of the Prime Minister voiced confidence that this trend would be continued ahead. “Unfortunately, we cannot say that the pandemic is over. Therefore, I wish us all inexhaustible strength and energy in our upcoming activities,” Eduard Aghajanyan said.