Armenia and PMI collaborate on smoking research

Armenia and PMI collaborate on smoking research
Armenia's Prime Minister meets with Philip Morris International to discuss cooperation in scientific research on tobacco harm reduction.

According to a report by Armenian Public Radio (ARMENIA), Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan of Armenia held a meeting with Gregoire Verdeaux, Senior Vice President of PMI (Philippines Mobile International).

According to Nikol Pashinyan, the Armenian government has launched a large-scale anti-smoking campaign, and efforts in this regard are still ongoing.

At the same time, according to Nikol Pashinyan, PMI will be conducting scientific research in Armenia aimed at reducing the harmful effects of smoking. Currently, the Armenian government is in discussions with PMI regarding their collaboration in this research.


The government of Armenia expresses its willingness to collaborate with Philip Morris International (PMI) on scientific investigation.

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