Kvezireli: None of infection threaten georgian vegetables
Intestinal infection coli does not threaten georgian products. According to the "Business-Georgia", the head of the Agricultural Ministry of Georgia Bakur Kvezereli stated it today during the inspection of a new agricultural market in the village Teleti of Karelsek area.
There he met and talked with local farmers and entrepreneurs. According to Kvezireli, Georgia will start exporting its agricultural goods in the near future.
"I want to note that "E. coli" is not a virus. This is intestinal bacterium, which, fortunately, is not spread in Georgia. It has never been widely accepted in the country, respectively, grown fruits and vegetables have no threat" - noted the head of the Georgian Ministry of Agriculture.
Recall, recently in several European countries there was recorded outbreak of a dangerous intestinal infection. More than a thousand people were infected, a few dozen have died. According to a version, the cause of infection became contaminated vegetables that had come from Spain and Germany. At the same time, the representatives of Berlin and Madrid have denied the accusations.