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Georgia supplied to Russia first container with citrus2012-12-26 13:02
First container loaded with Georgian citrus arrived in Russia yesterday, December 25. According to the Business-Georgia, this was announced by the Minister of Agriculture of Georgia David Kirvalidze at a press conference.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Kirvalidze, this week, another two trucks loaded with citrus can depart to Russia. As for other products, a consultative meeting with the winemakers to discuss removal of restrictions on Georgian wine to the Russian market must be held this week, the Minister said.
Most likely, the supply from Georgia is being carried out through Belarus, since the latter, along with Russia and Kazakhstan, is member of customs union, the Lenta.ru reports. Meanwhile, Minsk has not introduced the ban on the import of Georgian products.
Recall, on December 24, Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili stated Georgia intended to supply the first batch of local citrus to Russia by the end of this year.