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Russia is ready to revise Georgian wine come back
15.11.2012 11:26
Russia is ready to revise Georgian wine come back

 Russia and Georgia are ready to solve the issue of returning Georgian wine into the Russian market practically, said the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrey Denisov. The supply of Georgian wine into Russia was banned in 2006.


“We are talking about the revival of Georgian winemaking positions in our market. At least the both sides are ready to solve the issue”, said Mr. Denisov.


In 2006  Federal service on customers' rights protection and human well-being surveillance (Rospotrebnadzor) banned import of Georgian wines and mineral water Borzhomi into Russia explaining it by the poor quality of the product.


Since that time the sides have been discussing repeatedly the return of the Georgian wines into the Russian market.



Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business     

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