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Armenia is ready to compete with the current suppliers of tomato to the Russian market, and to even throw them out [of the market], Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan told RIA Novosti news agency of Russia.

“When problems arise for someone, it sometimes becomes an opportunity for others; we [Armenia] took advantage of this last year [when there was a crisis between Russia and Turkey],” explained Sargsyan. “This branch [growing tomatoes] is developing in Russia, too. But the [respective] market is so huge that an increase in the number of players here does not obstruct anyone; it is only useful.”

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