Harutyunyan told ARKA that Armenia is on the list of countries that will receive three-year grants for the 2015 to 2017 period.
Harutyunyan said in order to get the grant Armenia must develop a special plan of actions which is expected to be ready by mid-October this year.
She said Armenia has received a total of 16 million euros from 2007 when it launched the National Program of Tuberculosis Control. The money was used mostly to purchase anti-TB drugs.
Harutyunyan added also that a proper treatment of a patient that, depending on the type of illness, lasts from six months to two years, costs from $3000 to $5000.
According to the National Office for Combating Tuberculosis, some 1,055 new cases were reported in the country 2013. Today nearly a thousand patients with TB are being treated.