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Georgia did not transfer control over wine production to Russia2013-01-30 16:11
Russia won't control the production of wine in Georgia. According to the Vedomosti, this was announced by the head of the National Wine Agency Levan Davitashvili on Wednesday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously, some Russian media reported that at the upcoming talks in Moscow, the Georgian delegation was going to propose the head of Rospotrebnadzor Gennady Onishchenko to send specialists from Moscow to the Georgian enterprises in order to enable them to monitor the whole process of production of products for export to Russia.
"We are going to Moscow to explain to everyone how strong our system of control is. Nobody said that the delegation was sent ostensibly to hand over the control of the wine production to Moscow. We are ready to take the Russian side and show them our whole structure", said Davitashvili.
Recall, yesterday the chief state sanitary doctor of Russia Gennady Onishchenko, the head of Rospotrebnadzor, stated he saw no serious obstacles for the return of Georgian wine to the Russian market, besides the political ones.
"As for my position, I see no problems. If the topic will not be politicized ... I do not see a big problem, since the Georgian winemaking has made great progress over the recent years", Onishchenko said on Tuesday at a press conference in Moscow.