Monitoring at the Georgian - Russian border will be a two-component
According to Deputy Georgian Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, under an agreement on Russia's accession to the WTO, the border between Russia and Georgia will be provided with a two-component monitoring of all the goods. Monitoring involves the deployment of international observers at the trade corridors, in addition - the involvement of the electronic system of information exchange.
"At first, it was only on electronic monitoring, but through the efforts of the Georgian delegation, we agreed that the observers will be directly at the border", Kalandadze explained. They will be located at the beginning and the end of trade corridors, and information sharing will take place electronically, clarified Kalandadze.
"In general, for Georgia the agreement is very successful", the representative of the Georgian Foreign Ministry said.
Recall, a set of documents was signed by Russia and Georgia with the mediation of Switzerland on November 9 this year. This package regulate a mechanism of monitoring of customs administration and trade. Georgia agreed to Russia's WTO accession under these conditions.