Georgia, Tbilisi, August 15 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
A group of Russian inspectors will arrive in Georgia to inspect the country's agricultural products, Georgia's Agriculture Minister Shalva Pipia said.
According to him, Georgia's low risk agricultural products have already entered the Russian market.
"The export of bay leafs, dried fruits, nuts and other low risk products has already begun. Regarding perishable products, a group of inspectors will arrive to check their quality. They will check our food safety system and only then will make a decision which is expected to be positive as we meet the requirements of the Russian market," the Minister said.
In turn, head of the Public Relations Department of the National Food Agency Giga Kurdovanidze noted that the relevant forms of veterinary and phytosanitary certificates have been agreed with the Russian side.
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