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Rospotrebnadzor expects new documents on wine from Georgia2013-02-18 12:24
Rospotrebnadzor experts depart to the Georgian plants for the inspection after Georgia provides verifiable documentation of the companies included into the list in addition. According to the Caucasian Knot, this was announced by the chief sanitary doctor of the RF Gennady Onishchenko.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Onishchenko, "the Georgian side has withdrawn six companies from the list", but "added more than 10, but we cannot find their documents".
"Right now, our experts do not go. They can go to the Georgian plants, when they submit a paper on the 12 additional companies that Georgia has made to the list in reverse response", the head of Rospotrebnadzor Onishchenko said.
Recall, Gennady Onishchenko stated he was surprised at media attention to the issue of return of Georgian wine to Russia. "This is clearly biased attention and interest, since the Georgian wines have never had and will never obtain dominant influence on the Russian wine market. This is due to the fact that in the best of times, Georgia was producing nine million dal of wine as a whole. They have small area; but it is really the cradle of wine", Onishchenko said.