(www.civil.ge.) вЂ" Despite a failure to agree on the resumption of air traffic between Georgia and Russia, negotiations in Moscow were positive and the sides have agreed to continue the dialogue over disputed issues, acting head of the Georgian transport regulation agency Alexander Chkhikvadze told reporters in Moscow.
Talks with officials from Russia's Civil Aviation Agency were held in Moscow on February 5-6.
This is the beginning of a dialogue. I think that the activities of the working group will be positive and if the payment of debts is launched, the dialogue will continue, Head of the Civil Aviation Department of the Russian Transport Ministry Genady Loshenov told reporters on February 7.
This debt was accumulated by private air companies. But we also have to take into consideration that the Russian companies also have debts, Alexander Chkhikvadze said.
The sides have agreed to set up a working group which will try to solve a debt dispute. According to the Russian side, Georgia has a debt for the non-payment for navigation services provided to Georgian planes in Russia, reports Trend.