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Georgia to resume exports of honey to Russia in May2013-05-06 12:43
According to the spokesman of the National Food Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia, the department expects to resume exports of Georgian honey to Russia this month, the ITAR-TASS reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the near future, he said, the relevant "departments of the two countries will complete the registration of all necessary documents." "After that, it will be possible to resume exports of honey to Russia, involving private companies that will decide for themselves in what amounts the supplies will be carried", he added.
Georgian vegetables and fruits must return to Russia later, and in autumn - citrus and hazelnut.
In early April, a delegation of the National Food Agency held successful talks in Moscow with the management of the Rosselkhoznadzor on the resumption of exports to Russia of agricultural products - vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, honey, the RG.ru recalls. Representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture declared that "the Russian market is traditional for Georgia, and the Russian consumer knows and appreciates these goods."