2ha “Armenian apricot garden” to be planted in India

2ha “Armenian apricot garden” to be planted in India
# 12 December 2008 08:57 (UTC +04:00)
Delhi – APA. “Armenian apricot garden” will be planted in 2ha area in India next spring. APA reports that Armenian Ministry of Agriculture and India’s related bodies reached an agreement in Armenia-India business forum last week.
Armenia’s First Deputy Minister of Agriculture Samvel Avetisyan said they had sent a specialist to India in spring. The Armenian specialist examined climatic features of the country and came to the conclusion that Kashmir was more suitable to plant “Armenian apricot garden”. Apricot gardens symbolizing friendship relations of two countries had also been planted in China (5ha) and Syria (2ha).
“Armenian people” discovered the nationality of gardens.
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THE OPERATION IS BEING PERFORMED