During the COVID-19 pandemic, no major fluctuations are being observed in the export volumes of fruits-vegetables from Armenia. The export is carried out almost as usual: 7200 tons of apricots have already been exported as of June 30, Armenia economy minister’s spokesperson Anna Ohanyan presented the latest data.
“As of June 30, 7200 tons of apricots, 5489 tons of apples, 2864 tons of cherries, 733 tons of strawberries, raspberries have already been exported. Pomegranate, quince - 207 tons, figs - 111 tons have also been exported. 20,235 tons of tomatoes, 4512 tons of cucumbers, 1846 tons of cauliflower and broccoli have already been exported from Armenia”, she said.
“Although the export volumes have certainly declined, but we cannot state that there is a major decline. There are mostly no major fluctuations compared to the same period of the previous year”, she added.
According to armenpress.am, the Eurasian Economic Union is the main export market, with the biggest share going to Russia.