ArmInfo.Armenia has very good prospects for expanding its presence in the Polish market, representative of the Armenian community of Poland Petros Tovmasyan expressed a similar opinion, answering the question of ArmInfo.
Within the framework of a press tour organized by the Polish Embassy in Armenia a group of Armenian journalists, visited Warsaw on May 25-30, where they had the opportunity to meet with Polish diplomats, politicians, MPs, representatives of public organizations.
"The fact is that the presence of foreign companies on the Polish market is rather limited and Armenia, without any doubt, can take advantage of this, first of all, by increasing exports to Poland of products of the processing industry. I can say that Armenian tomatoes, juices, preserves, jams and other similar products are very popular in Poland. So, there are already all the prerequisites today to increase Armenian exports ," he stressed.
As a favorable factor, Tovmasyan also noted an increase of interest towards Armenia in Poland after the change of power in the republic. In this regard, he stressed the insufficient representation of Armenia at international exhibitions held in Poland. According to him, Armenia participates in such events extremely rarely, 5-10 times less than neighboring Georgia and Azerbaijan.
"And of course, Armenia, in turn, is interesting for Polish companies from the point of view of a kind of hub for their entry into the 170 million EAEU market. It is clear that there are both favorable and negative factors, primarily due to political circumstances. Nevertheless we are also working in this direction, trying to convince the Polish colleagues of reasonability of investing in new Armenia," Tovmasyan concluded.
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