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Georgia to export olives and blackberries2011-03-23 18:32
In the nearest future, Georgia is going to export olives, pomegranates, almonds, blackberries and similar products. As reported by Business Georgia, this was stated by Minister of Agriculture Bakur Kvezereli in the course of today's debates in parliament. According to Kvezereli, international demand for these products is growing, so Georgia should start realizing the projects that will enable the country to intensify such export.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind you that despite this and other initiatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, it was earlier reported today that the issue of the termination of Bakur Kvezereli's powers was raised at the parliament session. The proposal was made by leader of parliamentary minority Georgiy Targamadze. In Targamadze's opinion, the minister has got no authority in the government and "today's presentation of the agriculture development policy has been made with delay".
The proposal of resignation was voiced after the minister's speech.