Emin is 42 years old, married and has four children. He has a large family and lives in the Fuzuli region. He is an IDP from the city of Fuzuli. Emin has had his own taxi for 12 years, but his car is already old and breaks down frequently. Emin currently needs 1000 AZN to repair his car for this amount. In the future, he wants to replace his car with another one in order to develop and improve his business and, thus, increase his monthly income.
Emin 42 qoda. On jenat i imeyet 4 detey. Yego mnogodetnaya semya i on jivut v Fizuli regione, oni yavlyayutsya IDP personami i pereselenci iz Fuzuli goroda. Emin uje 12 let kak imeyet svoy taxi, yego mashina uje staraya i ona chasto portitsya. Emin seychas nujdayetsya v 1000 AZN chtobi pochinit svoyu mashinu za etu summu. V budushem on xochet pomenat svoyu mashinu na drguyu dlya razvitiya i uludsheniya svoyego biznessa. I tem samim uvelichit svoyi mesachniye doxodi.
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