The merchants who are dissatisfied with the new customs regulations in Armenia on Wednesday met outside the National Assembly (NA) with Babken Tunyan, Chairman of the NA Standing Committee on Economic Affairs, and MP of the majority My Step faction.
Subsequently, they told reporters that Tunyan on Thursday will give the answer to their question. "Tunyan said that he would contact the State Revenue Committee, but did not say that 100 percent everything of yours would be. The answer will be tomorrow," they added.
These merchants are dissatisfied with the new customs regulations in the country, and demand that they remain the same.
According to them, the duties for customs clearance of goods is increasing in Armenia as a result of the new regulations.
These demonstrators had had a meeting with chairman Edvard Hovhannisyan of the State Revenue Committee on this matter, but again they were dissatisfied.