The Minister Gabriel Ghazaryan summarized the work done during the past year in the final press conference

22 December 2015
Today on December 22 year-end press conference of the Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Gabriel Ghazaryan was held in the Ministry Hall.

The minister presented summarized information about the works done during 2015 in the areas of sport highest achievements, mass and youth juvenile sports, as well as youth policy, implemented programs, cooperation with national sports federations and especially about development strategy of areas by the RA government. 

The Minister Ghazaryan highlighted the organized tournaments with the participation of persons with disabilities and preschool children, noting that the list of sporting events, which were held for the RA President award, was also added with the competitions "Best Disabled Athlete" and "Best Sports Preschool Institution". 

The Minister Ghazaryan also spoke about submitted reports of the federations on the works carried out by them during the year and registered sport results. "Not depreciating the work of other athletes, I have to mention with pride wrestler Arthur Aleqsanyan, gymnast Harutyun Merdinyan and Vice Champion of European Games Mihran Harutyunyan," said the Minister, talking about the highest achievements in sports. 

The Minister noted that in 2015 began the implementation of the equipment program, which will also be continued next year. "I want to draw your attention to the fact that the property is available for all sport schools, regardless of their departmental affiliation," informed the Minister. He also spoke about activities carried out in the field of youth policy and said that the ministry is cooperating closely with many any NGOs, civil accented position individual youth, as well as with youth councils adjacent to the provincial administrations. 

During the meeting several journalists were awarded with the certificates of gratitude of the Ministry for the cooperation with the RA Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs, as well as for the active and impartial coverage of the fields of physical culture and sport.
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