Yerevan Environmental Issues: “The City Turned into a Gray Territory Covered with Stones”
April 28, 12:00

The political forces participating in Yerevan Council of Elders make different promises as solutions to environmental issues in their pre-election programs. If the amount of green space in the capital is 8 square meters per capita, they offer to bring this figure up to 17-20 square meters within the next five years. 
For the fight against pollution in the city and environmental health issues, two of these forces, “Yelq” Alliance and “Yerkir Tsirani” Party, are ready to consider the issue of the closure of the mines operated in Yerevan. 
Diana Grigoryan, Chief Specialist of Environment Department of the Yerevan Municipality (Republican Party), Ani Samsonyan, Yelk Alliance, Hayk Petrosyan, “Yerkir Tsirani” Party and Victoria Burnazyan, Expert at “Ecolur” NGO, participated in a discussion about the environmental issues.

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