Manjgaladze: Russia's accession to the WTO would oblige a lot
According to the press speaker of the Georgian leader Manana Manjgaladze, Russia's accession into the World Trade Organization (WTO) means that the Russian side will eventually be forced not only to remove prohibition of Georgian products, but also to lift the current "discriminatory measures against it". As reported by Trend, according to Manjgaladze, Russian "discriminatory provisions" are often applied to the former Soviet countries. However, the spokesman added, for Georgia is now interested to explore new markets.
"Targeting new markets and the quality of exported Georgian products are the main priority of our country. The opening of the Institute of Wine serves for this purpose", said Manjgaladze.
Recall, not long ago, Georgia and Russia have finally agreed on a compromise version of the agreement on Russia's accession to the WTO. It was developed under the mediation of Switzerland.