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Georgia is ready to meet Russia's demands relating to the export of food products2013-01-14 13:09
Georgia is ready to meet all Russia's demands in connection with the export of Georgian products, meeting the WTO standards, the Minister of Agriculture of Georgia David Kirvalidze said.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the News-Georgia, negotiations on the return of Georgian wines and mineral waters to the Russian market could be held till the end of the month. "Let them come till January 20, in the 2nd decade, we can meet", said the chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishchenko, commenting on an appeal of the businessmen association and the association of winemakers of Georgia to the Russian side.
The Georgian side, in turn, has sent to the Rospotrebnadzor a list with the names of members of the Georgian delegation to the planned talks.
"We hope to get an answer as soon as possible and then decide the issues with visas, so that the delegation could go to Moscow as soon as possible. The Georgian side is ready to meet all the requirements of the Russian side, meeting the WTO standards", said David Kirvalidze.
Kirvalidze noted that it would be good if the visit of the Georgian delegation would have coincided with the visit of the Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia Ilia II to Moscow. The head of the Georgian Orthodox Church will arrive in the Russian capital on January 20, on the occasion of awarding him the Prize of the International Foundation for the Unity of Orthodox Christian Nations, the Business-Georgia reported.