Onishchenko outraged at the Georgian whims on wine deliveries to the Russian Federation
Today, Russia's chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishchenko has expressed dissatisfaction associated with changing the position of the Georgian side on the supply of Georgian products to Russia. Changeable position of Georgian business on the prospects for the return of Georgian wines to the Russian market became irritating, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor.
"At first they say that they want to resume delivery. We are saying that we are ready to consider their request. Then Georgian politicians begin the next hysteria and they say they do not need the Russian market", the GHN quoted Onishchenko's words, uttered in an interview "Interfax".
"These pitiful volumes of possible supplies have no effect on the Russian market in all possible segments. You better look for other political occasions to remind about yourself", said Onishchenko. That's how he commented the statements of Georgian producers that they are not interested in the Russian market.
"But there are questions to the individual participants of the Russian business, in particular, to SUAR (the National Union of Alcohol Market Members)", said the head of Rospotrebnadzor.
"We are concerned that SUAR calls for a violation of Russian customs and trade laws. In this regard, we do not understand the position of the Chamber of Commerce, this respected moderator of the Russian economic space. However, with the help of Chamber of Commerce we hope to adjust the position of individual members of the Chamber of Commerce", said Onishchenko.