12 August 2020

State of emergency in Armenia will be extended again

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The Armenian government intends to extend the state of emergency imposed in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. reports that, the statement came from Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at a briefing.

Noting that there are no legal means to extend the state of emergency, the Prime Minister said that due to the epidemiological situation, it will be extended at least once.

"Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that we will not face 800, 900, 1000 infections tomorrow. The only guarantee is the behavior of each of us. Everyone should understand that they can affect the overall situation," he said.

It should be noted that the state of emergency imposed on Armenia on March 16 in connection with the coronavirus has been extended three times and will end on July 13.

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