Armenia’s 6-Month Ban on Import of Turkish Goods Enters Into Force

YEREVAN (Sputnik) – Armenia’s non permanent six-month ban on import of items having Turkish origin takes impact on Friday.

Yerevan introduced the choice to limit imports from Turkey on 20 October, citing safety issues linked to Ankara’s open help of “Azeri aggression against Republic of Artsakh,” recognized internationally as Nagorno-Karabakh.

Restrictions won’t apply to merchandise supposed for intermediate consumption or wanted for manufacturing of Armenian items.

According to the economic system ministry, the ban won’t result in a rise in costs within the nation as Turkish items aren’t dominant in any product segments, and Armenian entrepreneurs will be capable to exchange Turkish imports with Russian, Belarusian, Iranian or Chinese items.


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