Syrian-Armenians move their chocolate business to Armenia
Syrian-Armenians move their chocolate business to Armenia –
By Hasmik Hambardzumyan
Panorama.am – Syrian-Armenian Sosi Temirchian arrived in Armenia in 2012. She has been engaged in chocolate production in Syria for 15 years. During the war, she moved to Armenia with her family to continue her work here.
Presenting their pavilion full of chocolate, Mrs Sosi said that they didn’t want to do anything else in Armenia, but to continue their business.
“This is what we now, so we started working. It will get better little by little,” Mrs Sosi said.
Their production includes Vivaldi Chocolate, Harry Chocolate and the new King George assortment.
They also produce gifts for all kinds of celebrations, including weddings, christenings, birthdays etc.
The Syrian-Armenian woman has moved to Armenia with her husband and two sons.
“We’ve left everything in Syria, our house, our fortune,” Mrs Sosi said.
Concerning returning to Syria, she said that they don’t intend going back because it’s better living in one’s own motherland.