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Politics are Affecting the Trade Relations with Russia

Published: September 27, 2013 | 8:43 pm
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Economy that is dependent upon politics, and blurred trade relations with Russia – the Minister of the Economy Giorgi Kvirikashvili has talked about the Russian provocations in the village of Dvani, and the difficulty to predict the nature of the two countries’ economic relations for the future. According to him, the existing trade relations are unstable, and would under no circumstances come at the price of jeopardising the Georgian sovereignty.
The minister’s position has been supported by the experts. Thus, according to Demur Giorkhelidze, in spite of the sales of Georgian products on the Russian market, the trade relations between the two countries are shaky, and the persistent creeping aggression from the Russian side continues to be an obstacle for an improvement in relations.
In what way the current political processes will affect the Russian-Georgian economic relations, and whether or not the volume of Georgian produce on the Russian market will increase in the future, remains to be seen.

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