YEREVAN, October 12. /ARKA/. The fourth Panarmenian EXPO exhibition that opened today in Yerevan is one of the most important exhibitions of this year, Armenian Economy Minister Tigran Davtyan said at the opening ceremony attended by Armenian high-ranking officials and guests from other countries.
“Panarmenian EXPO 2012 gives a good chance to companies to find new partners and to sell their products,” he said.
Davtyan also expressed hope that many contracts would be signed here, which would spur the development of the country’s economy, particularly its industry and exports.
Martin Sargsyan, chairman of the Commerce and Industry Chamber of Armenia, on his side, said that some 120 companies and businessmen from Armenia, Syria, Iran, Georgia, Russia and other countries is taking part in this exhibition.
Agricultural, wine-making, healthcare, IT, construction and insurance companies are among the exhibition participants.
Diaspora Minister Hranush Hakobyan called on representatives of Armenian communities overseas to make as many contracts as possible to contribute to Armenia’s economy.
This three-day exhibition is organized by the Commerce and industry Chamber of Armenia and Prom Expo company.
The exhibition is held once in every three years. -0-