Russia and Georgia have not agreed on the WTO again
Negotiations between Russian and Georgian sides on the issue of Russia's accession to the WTO, held on the eve in Geneva, have again produced no significant results. This was reported by Trend referring to the head of the Georgian delegation, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze.
"This meeting ended in vain once again. The issue has not moved from a point from the last negotiations", said Kapanadze, commenting the talks in an interview. The deputy minister added that the conversation between the parties will continue next week. "We have agreed that another meeting will be held early next week", said Kapanadze.
Georgia considers the admission of international observers to the Russian-Georgian border as one of the main conditions for admission of Russia into WTO.
If we'll reach agreement on this, as well as on a number of other points, then, according to experts, Russia will become a WTO member in December of the current year.