YEREVAN, JUNE 24. ARMINFO. Azerbaijani flour has occurred on the Armenian markets. According to the Yerevan newspaper “Azg,” it is for the second week that 50kg sacks of flour made in Azerbaijan are on the sale in the Tavush region, Armenia.
According to the source, the flour has been imported from neighboring Georgia after the raise in the flour prices in Armenia. At present, a 50kg sack of flour of both Armenian and Azerbaijani production costs 9,500-10,000 drams. However, consumers prefer purchasing the flour produced by the neighbors, as it is manufactured from net wheat. The imported flour is produced at the factories Gyanjy and Shamkhora and is called “Mihriban Unlari” (Ganca sahari) and “Kayalar” (Shemkir), the sort and the address of the producer, and the ward “AZERBAIJAN” are indicated on the sacks. Besides, the Azerbaijani tea, sturgeon, diesel fuel and petrol are sold in Armenia as well. It is noteworthy that the Armenian potato, carrot, cabbage and other agricultural products are sold on the Azerbaijani markets. According to the Baku newspaper “Echo,” the annual commodity turnover between the two states reaches $40 million.