Rovshan B. is 48 years old. He is the father of two children. His son, who is eighteen, entered the university this year. His sixteen-year-old daughter studies at school and draws. Rovshan B. and his family live in the Absheron region.
Rovsham has been working in agriculture for ten years. He started this business with the help of his brother, who, in his own time, started with their father. Rovsham used to have a vineyard, but he later decided to take up farming.
Currently, he needs 2000 AZN to buy materials to build a hotbed.
Rovshan B. 48 let. On yavlyayetsya otcom 2 detey. Sin kotoromu 18 let on v etom qodu postupil v universitet i doch 16 let uchitsya v shkole a takje zanimayetsya risovaniyem. Rovshan B. i yeqo semya jivut v Absheron regione.
Uje 10 let kak Rovshan zanimayestya zemledeliyem. Etomu biznessu on nauchilsya u brata kotoromu v svoye vremya nauchil ix otec. Ranshe Rovshan imel vinoqradniy sadik , no potom on reshil zanatsya zemledeliyem.
Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit neobxodimoye obarudivaniye dlya postroyki parnika.
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