Sayavush is a very kind, friendly and hard-working person. He likes to busy with this business.
Having borrowed the loan of $400 he bought the welding apparat. He started his business 4 years ago.
This 46-year-old Sayavush is married, has 4 children, Internally Displaced Person (IDP) from the Armenian-ocupied territory of Azerbaijan Kalbadjar region Nadjafli village, settled with his family in Khirdalan settlement.
He has not the welding shop. He has been engaged in this business in his own yard .
He always is enjoying to busy with this business.
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