At September 1 sitting moderated by the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations debated a number of agenda items of the upcoming session and next sittings.
The RA Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan, the RA Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Investments Garegin Melkonyan, the Head of the State Migration Service of the RA Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development Gagik Yeganyan presented draft laws for debate.
The MPs endorsed all the draft laws as a result of debate for including them in the agendas of the session and the upcoming sittings.
After covering the agenda items Armen Ashotyan informed the deputies that at the initiative of the RA NA Speaker Ara Babloyan a decision was made to the Committee on creation of the NA Armenia-Balkan Countries Friendship Group.
As a result of debate the MPs made a decision.
The Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations presented three reports of informative nature.
On the same day the RA NA Standing Committee on Economic Affairs moderated a number of items designed in the draft laws of the upcoming session and the next sittings.
The Deputy Head of the State Property Management Department Volodya Gasparyan presented the draft law on Approving the Annual Report for 2016 of the Programme Implementation of the State Property Privatization for 2006-2007.
As a result of debate, the Committee members endorsed the draft law for being included in the draft laws of the agendas of the session and the upcoming next sittings.
The RA Deputy Minister of Agriculture Robert Makaryan presented in the first reading the draft law on Amending the RA Code on Administrative Infringements.
The Deputy Chairman of the State Revenue Committee adjunct to the RA Government presented the package of the draft laws on Amending the Law Value Added Tax and on Amending the Law on Taxes.
The RA Deputy Minister of Agriculture Robert Makaryan in the first reading presented the draft law on Amending the RA Code on Administrative Infringements.
As a result of comprehensive debates, the draft laws were endorsed for being included in the draft laws of the agendas of the session and the upcoming next sittings.