YEREVAN. – In 2019, Armenia received 12 billion drams in duties within the framework of the EEU. Minister of Finance Atom Janjughazyan stated this during Thursday’s debates on the 2019 state budget performance report, at the joint sitting of the standing committees of the National Assembly.
Janjughazyan noted that Armenia has received these funds from the joint account of the EEU member states.
The minister added that the growth was not large, as trade did not increase significantly, and no considerable increase in tax revenues was recorded on the account of duties.
To note, these funds are received on the account of Russia and Kazakhstan.