Djankishi A. was born in 1956. He is married and has two children who help him in his work. He lives in the Absheron Region together with his wife and beloved children. For the last nine years, he has been canning fruits and vegetables as well as making marinades. At present he needs 200 AZN in order to buy fruits and vegetables to make preserves and marinades to build his business further. He has learned his trade from his wife. She used to run this business but later on she had gotten ill, and now her husband has taken over.
Djankishi A. rodilsya v 1956 qodu. On jenat i imeyet 2 detey kotoriye pomoqayut yemu po rabote. On jivet v Absheron regione vmeste so svoyey jenoy i lubimimi detmi.
Djankishi uje 9 let kak zanimayetsya etim biznessom, on delayet kanservirovanniye frukti i ovoshi a takje soleni. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit frukti i ovoshi dlya podqotovki na konservi i soleni dlya razvitiya i uludsheniya svoyeqo bizssa. Etomu biznessu on nauchilsya u svoyey jeni. Ranshe ona zanimalas etim delom no potom ona zabolela i seychas yeyo muj zanimayetsya etim biznessom.
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