Stepanavan airport will be renovated in 2014

February 01, 2014 | 13:25

YEREVAN. - Secretary of Armenia's National Security Council Arthur
Baghdasaryan said the airport of Stepanavan, in Armenia's north, will
be renovated in 2014.

The airport will be used for the flights of the ministries of
emergency situations of CSTO member states.

"Besides, the airport will host civilian flights, of course,"
Baghdasaryan told reporters on Saturday.

The airport of Stepanavan was built in 1982, but has not been
functioning since 2006. The government decided to transfer the airport
to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Armenia in 2013.

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From: A. Papazian