Russian watchdog allows over 100 Georgian wines and mineral waters to Russia
Wednesday, May 29Over 100 samples of Georgian wine products and mineral water have gone through state registration in Russia. "The Moscow office of Rospotrebnadzor [Russian consumer rights watchdog] has issued 104 state registration certificates to seven Georgian alcohol producers and two mineral water producers on the results of laboratory tests," Rospotrebnadzor posted on its website on Tuesday in a document entitled "On Interaction the with Transcaucasian States".
The watchdog said that Georgia's 19 alcohol and two water producers had filed 245 applications for state registration in Russia. According to the information of Rospotrebnadzor, 65 Georgian wineries and four mineral water producers have been permitted to supply documents for state registration in Russia. Russian news agency Interfax has reported that supplies of Georgia's Borjomi mineral water have already been resumed. (Hvino News)