Friday, November 16, 2012

Russia considers lifting embargo on Georgian wine

Moscow is ready to consider allowing Georgian wine back onto the Russian market.

Andrei Denisov, First Deputy Foreign Minister, said on Wednesday that there is a willingness on both sides to study the issue.

Davit Kirvalidze, Georgia’s Agriculture Minister, on Wednesday said that negotiations about bringing Georgian wine back into the Russian market will start in the near future.

Zurab Abashidze, Georgia’s Special Representative regarding Russia-Georgia Relations, a new post set up by the prime minister, will chair the negotiations.

Full story at DF Watch

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