NATO’s “Science for Peace” Program Approves Armenian Projects

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–Six of the thirty-three projects Armenian scientists submitted for financing under the NATO-implemented program "Science for Peace" have been approved at the second selection stage.

During Armenia’s five-year long cooperation with NATO–over 80 gran’s have been granted for the development of new technologies in various spheres. Academic Secretary of the ANAS Council for International Cooperation Karine Gevorgian said 35 gran’s were issued for Armenia’s participation in different international conferences and forums. Thanks to NATO’s gran’s–Armenian scientists are able to visit research centers in NATO member-countries.

Gevorgian stressed that scientists from NATO member-countries enjoyed relations with Armenia long before the establishment of official cooperation between NATO and Armenia. Armenia ran’s 11th in terms of the level of NATO’s cooperation with the countries of Eastern Europe and the CIS.


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