Having decided to boycott Turkish products after the defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia made an agreement with Iran.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who was declared a traitor in Armenia after the great defeat of Azerbaijan in the Karabakh war, recently shared with the public his ban on Turkish products.
Pashinyan, "Turkey 6 months we apply severe sanctions to be valid. In the case shocked the market of Turkey with us this decision. If they desist from giving support to Azerbaijan, we can review our decision again." he said.
After its defeat against Azerbaijan, the Armenian government decided to ban the entry of Turkish products into the country for 6 months. The statement made by the Yerevan government, "the prohibition of entry of Turkish products, due to safety before everything, a decision was taken due to Turkey's role in the events in Karabakh," he said.
They agreed with Iran
An agreement was signed by Yerevan with Iran, which supported Armenia behind the scenes in the Nagorno-Karabakh war.
Armenia applied embargo to 2 thousand 250 products originating in Turkey, and announced that now wants to buy these products from Iran.