YEREVAN, June 13. /ARKA/. Trade turnover between Armenia and Indonesia amounts to $28 million, Armenian Deputy Economy Minister Tigran Harutyunyan said Friday at the opening of an exhibition of Indonesian goods in Yerevan.
He said there is a great untapped potential for boosting bilateral trade and economic ties.
“I hope that this event will give a fresh push to advancement of Armenian-Indonesian economic ties to take them to a higher level,” he said.
Indonesian Ambassador to Armenia Niniek Kun Naryatie said the exhibition features the goods manufactured by well-known Indonesian companies.
The first exhibition of Indonesian goods in Armenia titled A Window to Indonesia opened today at Yerevan Expo center and will run through June 15. The event is a joint effort of Indonesian embassy in Armenia and Armenia’s Commerce and Industry Chamber.
The exhibition will feature Indonesian coffee, tea, foods, furniture, jewelry, souvenirs, handicrafts, knitted clothes and much more. It will also feature a cultural program and a fashion show.
A fashion show and performances of Indonesian musicians is on the agenda of the event.
According to the Armenian State Revenue Committee, Armenia imports coffee, paper and glazed tiles from Indonesia. --0----