Georgia to increase wine exports to Kazakhstan - PM Nogaideli
(Kazakhstan today) - Georgia is going to increase wine exports to the Kazakhstani market. Zurab Nogaideli, Prime Minister of Georgia, made such statement yesterday, June 1, after his talks with Danial Akhmetov, Prime Minister of RK, Kazakhstan Today correspondent reports.
"Georgian wine has been present at the Kazakhstani market for a long time, the wine exports to Kazakhstan are growing and it is my belief that they will continue to grow. Kazakhstani people know and appreciate Georgian wine and we appreciate our Kazakhstani consumers," - he stressed, reports Trend.
Georgian Prime Minister stated that "the Georgian side is going to continue co-operation with Kazakhstani structures to prevent falsified Georgian wine from entering the Kazakhstani market. By our joint efforts we will do everything possible and impossible and eventually we will prevent falsified Georgian wine from entering the Kazakhstani market," - he assured.