EU4Business has published the Citizens’ Summary 2022 for Armenia with the overview of major results of the past year per country.
The Armenian Progressive Youth NGO has successfully organized and implemented three Employment Schools (each “school” lasted for three months within the framework of the EU COVID-19 Solidarity Programme for the Eastern Partnership announced by People in Need and financed by the European Union.
The USD 10 million investment is part of the EFSE crisis response package to finance MSMEs operating in critical sectors. The European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) has partnered with Inecobank in Armenia by providing a USD 10 million five-year facility.
On July 1, the German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Ms. Svenja Schulze and her delegation from Germany visited the SAP Startup Factory by BANA as part of her two-day visit to Armenia.
On 7 June, a new EU-funded project promoting economic growth in Dilijan, in northern Armenia, was officially launched.