"Free Georgia": "Borjomi" will return to Russia
According to information released by representatives of the opposition party "Free Georgia", a meeting of party leader Kakha Kukava with the chief sanitary doctor of Russia Gennady Onishchenko was held today in Moscow. At the meeting, the sides discussed the opportunities and prospects for the return of Georgian products to the Russian market. According to "Business-Georgia" with reference to "Free Georgia", the head of one of Georgian organization in Russia Vladimir Khomeriki also participated in this meeting.
As reported by reporters after the talks, Russia had withdrawn the legal barriers for the import of Georgian products into the country. Now Georgian companies can begin the procedures related to exports, added in "Free Georgia".
The party has not yet reported which barriers they meant. Also, there is no information about what guarantees Kukava had got.