“The passports were collected beforehand at the PAP’s Vayk office; the citizens were given coupons, whereby they were to receive their flours upon presenting them several days later.
As a result, the citizens actively received their ‘due,’ but not all of the registered received flours. [Only] Some received [them], whereas the others were given AMD 5,000 [approx. US$ 13] each.
Incidentally, the Vayk residents were not displeased, since the distributed 25-kilogram first-class flour is equivalent to AMD 5,000,” Hraparak writes.