Sevindj lives in the Baku region together with her family. She is married and has three children. She is 45 years old, and a hardworking person.
Sevindj has owned her pharmacy, where she also works, for seven years. She currently needs 2000 AZN in order to enlarge the premises of the pharmacy, as she wants to put in more products. She learned this business from her mother, who was also engaged in this activity in her youth.
Sevindj jivet v Baku regione vmeste so svoyey semyoy. Ona zamujem i imeyet 3 detey. Sevindj 45 let. Ona ochen trudolubiviy chelovek. Sevindj uje 7 let kak imeyet svoy aptek gde sama i rabotayet. Ona seychas nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi uvelichit pomesheniye Apteka tak kak on xochet pomestit tam bolshe tovarov. Etomu biznessu ona nauchilas u svoyey mami kotoraya toje v molodosti zanimalas etim delom.
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