Armenian PM appoints chief of State Revenue Committee

20:45 • 23.07.12



Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan has issued a decision on appointing the head of the State Revenue Committee.

 

According to a press release by the Government’s Press Service, the premier appointed Vakhtang Mirumyan to the post, guiding himself by procedures prescribed in a 2007 presidential decree.
 

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