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Abashidze: Progress in Russian-Georgian relations is obvious2013-03-15 12:33
On Friday, March 15, Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze noted the progress in relations between the two countries, the News-Georgia reported. He stated that there was a real impact in areas such as business, transport, humanitarian and cultural issues.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Thus Abashidze commented on the survey by the American International Republican Institute (IRI), according to which 82% of respondents in Georgia supports a dialogue with Russia.
"More than 80% support the fact that relations with Russia have got out of the impasse step by step, and there is more positive in our relationship, what is really happening. There are real results in the areas such as trading, business, transport, humanitarian and cultural relations", said Abashidze.
According to him, "in the coming months Georgian products will return to the Russian market, which will be a step forward in relations between the two countries".
Recall, yesterday, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili expressed satisfaction with the good prospects for the return of Georgian wine and mineral water to the Russian market, as well as the hope for the resumption of supplies of fruits, vegetables and other agricultural products to Russia.