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05.03.2019 | As a result of the joint work, in 2018 by the investigations of the General Prosecutor's Office and the competent ministries obligations of subsoil users in the amount of about 470 million drams to the State and communities have been fulfilled.

In the framework of the work program of 2018 the RA Prosecutor General’s Office has conducted research in three main areas.

  1.  In particular, the process of paying the State duty for granting permits for subsoil use during 2013-2016 has been studied. As of January 1, 2018 60  economic entities of the subsoil users had obligations to pay the State duty for the total amount of 300 million drams.
  2. The process of investing in the socio-economic development of communities by subsoil users has been  studied, as a result, it turned out that in 2012-2017 for 86 subjects, subsoil use contracts provided  obligations to invest in the communities of the RA regions.
  3.  It turned out that for recultivational payments as of June 2018. , 308 subsoil users have general obligations in the amount of 523 million drams.

In order to ensure the fulfillment of the obligations of subsoil users to the State in all these three areas, on the instructions of the RA Prosecutor General on the basis of a circular addressed to the prosecutor’s offices of RA regions and a message sent to the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Armenia, all debtors of subsoil users have been warned about the need to fulfill obligations in full.

The RA Prosecutor General’s Office has also appealed to the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Armenia, for the process of collecting payments for unfulfilled obligations of the subsoil users and obtaining the necessary documents and information about them.

From the obligations of subsoil users to the State and communities in the amount of about 1 billion drams, more than 470 million have already been fulfilled and the work on the fulfilment of the rest of them continues.