The Armenian government on its website opened sections for the adoption of electronic reports from licensed persons, posting reports of checks of the control chamber and response of trusted departments by solving the identified problems. In addition, for those living abroad, RA citizens have created the possibility of receiving letters of a number of certificates from consular institutions. This was announced at the press conference by the head of the government apparatus David Sargsyan.
According to him, now in Armenia are licensed entities engaged in 87 activities. And subjects leading business for 15 of them, reports provided to the licensing authorities can be sent electronically, if there is an electronic signature. Such activities are the implementation of educational programs; processing, neutralization, storage, transportation and placement of hazardous waste; production and (or) implementation of chemical and biological plant protection products; organization of places of trade; prophet and branding of precious metals; Technical quality control of construction, inspection of the technical condition of buildings and buildings; trading of explosive materials, explosive devices and explosive work; organization of lotteries; organization of game houses and games with winning; organization of games with winning on the Internet; auditing services; organization of railway transport; technical inspection of vehicles; Drug and psychotropic.
As Davtyan noted, from February 10 of the current year, citizens of Armenia abroad, after applying a letter to diplomatic missions and consulates by registered letter, can receive certificates of family condition; Official documents received consular certificates, certificates of criminal record and search; A certificate for returning to the RA – for persons who have lost their passport or traveled documents, and for persons whose documents are expired or became unusable. From the specified day, the service offices of the State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre under the Government must provide the information provided for by the Law “On State Registration of Property Rights” (Article 73, part 1, paragraphs 9-13, 15-23, 25).