YEREVAN. – Past daily of the Republic of Armenia (RA) writes: The ongoing war in Artsakh [(Nagorno-Karabakh)] has completely changed the internal daily life of the RA, directly affecting the economic policy as well.
As it is known, in this war unleashed by Azerbaijan, a key player is Turkey which is actually involved in the operations—with its military supplies and personnel support [to Azerbaijan].
Recently it became known that the RA Ministry of Economy has developed and put up for public discussion a draft decision the adoption of which proposes to temporarily ban the import of a number of goods of Turkish origin to the RA.
With the adoption of this decision, it is proposed to temporarily (initially for six months) ban the import of goods of Turkish origin.
Let us add that these days Saudi Arabia and Morocco have also joined the process of boycotting Turkish goods.
There are already reports being circulated that major work is being done at present to "move" the process of boycotting Turkish goods to Europe. In particular, there are reports that in the coming days a number of leading European states also will join this international anti-Turkish action which will directly hit the Turkish trade, and, accordingly, the [Turkish] economy and internal stability, too.