As of April 2017, water has already been flowing into Lake Sevan through 'Arpa-Sevan' tunnel. As of 26 May 2017, an aggregate amount of 53.924 million cum water has flown into Lake Sevan through 'Arpa-Sevan' tunnel. It should be mentioned that in 2010-2017 'Arpa-Sevan' tunnel was being repaired and water flew into Lake Sevan only on individual days. 'Arpa-Sevan' tunnel was constructed in 1963-1981 to recover to the level of Lake Sevan. This tunnel with 48.3 km length is designed to direct water from Arpa and Yeghegis Rivers to Lake Sevan through Kechout Reservoir. As of 26 May 2017, the level of Lake Sevan made up 1900.86 meters, which is higher by 24 cm than the indicator for the last year and is 6 cm higher than the indicator for 1962. Since 1962 the lake level hasn't recorded such an indicator and the lake level had decreased.
18:22 May 25, 2017