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Amulsar Exploitation Should Have no Impact on Land, Water and Air: Armenia’s PM

Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan is going from one apartment to another in Jermuk trying to find out from the residents whether they are for the exploitation of Amulsar or not, Aysor reports.

One of the residents stressed that she is strictly against the exploitation of the mine.

“Jermuk must remain a resort town, I do not think it is right to exploit mine near a resort town,” she said.

The residents in Jermuk urged the prime minister to give fair solution to the issue.

Nikol Pashinyan stressed that the work of the mine must not affect the land, the water and the air.

“We have no other variant. We put a demand that the danger must be zero. According to the plan, weekly, monthly monitoring will be implemented, the grass on the mount must undergo laboratory expertise. The source of the dust must be found. If the issue is not solved the mine closes legally,” the PM stressed.

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