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Rosselkhoznadzor will not ban agricultural products from Georgia.

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Rosselkhoznadzor does not plan to ban the import of agricultural products from Georgia. This was announced to journalists by the head of department, Sergey Dankvert.
“We don’t even consider this issue. We are working quite effectively with our Georgian colleagues. We have no reason or reasons,” he said. Dankvert added that it would be illogical to limit the market, which "works perfectly efficiently for us today." He clarified that Russian exports to Georgia exceed imports from it about four times.
Also this week, Rospotrebnadzor stated that it had discovered a deterioration in the quality of Georgian alcohol in recent years. The statement was made against the backdrop of protests in Tbilisi, which began last weekend.

Earlier this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree banning flights to Russian airlines in Georgia, which will take effect from July 8. A similar ban is imposed on flights of Georgian carriers to Russia.

Source: Russian newspaper

27.06.2019 12:36:23
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