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Russian FM: Nothing prevents Borjomi from returning2012-12-27 17:25
Russia sees no obstacles to the return of Georgian wine and mineral water to the Russian domestic market. As reported by the RIA Novosti, this was announced by Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Moscow hopes for all best conditions for the trade and economic relations between Russia and Georgia when Georgian wine and "Borjomi" return to Russia, said Lukashevich. "Moreover, we have some other proposals to the "Borjomi" - new offers, including from major Russian companies. This is not bad when the economy is ahead of politics", he added.
Talks on technical issues related to the return of Georgian wine to the Russian market with the Rospotrebnadzor will be held in Moscow in January 2013, said the Minister of Agriculture David Kirvalidze. According to the News-Georgia, he said this summarizing the outcome of a meeting of representatives of the Ministry with the management of the wine and other alcoholic beverages enterprises.
At the meeting, also attended by the Special Representative of Georgian Prime Minister for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze, it was decided that the Georgian delegation would include representatives of government, National Wine Agency and winemakers association.