Pashinyan: in 2021, export deliveries from Armenia to the EAEU countries increased by 25.2% (Google Translate)
At the same time, the growth of exports in mutual trade of the EAEU member states turned out to be higher than the growth of exports to third countries, the EuroMedia news agency reports, citing the speech of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council in the Kazakh city of Nur-Sultan. The material about this was published in the new issue of the Journal of Economics of the EAEU.
“The best indicators of export growth were provided by fresh and processed agricultural products, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, products of the textile and footwear industries, as well as products of a number of other industries that are in demand in the EAEU states,” Pashinyan said.
According to him, along with the growth in export volumes, the indicators of imports from the countries of the Eurasian Union to Armenia increased. So, on the basis of the country of origin, imports increased by 18.5%.
“Such results have become possible thanks to the coordinated efforts of national governments and EEC bodies. We have all reformatted our work in favor of more practical actions and making prompt decisions in the interests of the citizens and businesses of our countries,” the Prime Minister of Armenia said.
He believes that today the level of development of digital technologies plays a decisive role in the competitiveness of countries and economic unions. “In this context, the implementation of the project of the Eurasian network of industrial cooperation, subcontracting and technology transfer is important,” Nikol Pashinyan emphasized.
According to him, Armenia has competencies in the field of microelectronics, which allow the production of complex electronic products. “We also consider it important to expand industrial cooperation in the field of civil aircraft construction,” the prime minister added. (Google Translate).