Exports from Armenia to Russia decreased by almost 30 percent in March—and this is worrying. The minister of economy, Vahan Kerobyan, stated about this during Thursday’s press briefings at the government of Armenia.
He added, however, that there is growth in the other sectors, and the overall situation with exports is also positive—as this growth was 27-28 percent in February.
“We are working with exporters so that they quickly renew contracts in the conditions of new prices,” the minister said.
He assured that exports from Armenia to Russia will increase sharply if there will be a lack of goods in the Russian market.