Kobalia interceded for the Russian market
Today, the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia commentув the possible return of Georgian products to the Russian market. In particular, as reported by the GHN, it was about product of the Georgian company "Sarajishvili". Kobalia noted that the Russian market must remain one of the markets for Georgian producers.
"I want to say that after Georgia and Russia have reached an agreement on the WTO accession, Russia will be obliged to lift the embargo. However, we must understand that the Russian market should not be the only one, as it is not, and the Georgian exporters should diversify the markets", said the head of Georgia's economic department.
Prior to that, the Georgian company "Sarajishvili" which is the country's largest producer of brandy, refused to return to the Russian market untill the relations between Russia and Georgia become resolved.
"If the relationship between our two countries will improve and the market will be open, the "Sarajishvili" would return to the Russian market, but we won't export there some products", marketing manager Bakhvi Bregvadze said in an interview.
"As long as the Russian market opens, we either won't return", he stressed.