The Prime Minister said various scenarios are being considered, and you know that the think tank is under the government. This is what deputy of the My Step faction of the National Assembly of Armenia Artak Manukyan stated during parliamentary briefings today.
“During the coronavirus, knowledge is shaped in proportion with almost all countries and very slowly because there are different evaluations every day. A one-week lockdown costs nearly 1.3-1.5% of the GDP for a country like Armenia,” he said.
Asked if Armenia will be able to get out of the situation caused by the lockdown, the deputy said the following: “It all depends on how the public and economic operators accept and follow the norms for coexistence and the duration of the crisis.”