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“Sweetest news” from EU Ambassador: Georgian honey to be exported to EU market
18 May, 2016
"Since signing a free trade agreement, this is Georgia’s first chance to export Georgian honey to the EU market without any additional fees," EU Ambassador to Georgia Janos Herman told reporters after holding a meeting with Minister of Agriculture Otar Danelia.

According to Janos Herman the meeting was very interesting and honey export issues were discussed.

“This is a result of hard work and cooperation between Georgia and EU. I would like to say this is the sweetest news being
provided to you in the recent period,” he has remarked.

The Euro Commission Food Safety Directorate has addressed the commission recommending Georgia to be enlisted among the countries that export honey to the EU countries.
geotv.ge“The Euro Commission Food Safety Directorate has addressed the commission recommending Georgia to be enlisted among the countries that export honey to the EU countries,” Georgia’s Minister of Agriculture Otar Danelia told reporters after a meeting with the EU Ambassador.

He thanked Janos Herman for supporting Georgia as he is a big supporter of our country in the EU.

According to him, only standard procedures are left to pass. “We always hoped to export our high-quality honey to European countries,” Otar Danelia has said.

As the Minister has declared, complex measures have been conducted from laboratory instruments till new infrastructure and researches.

“Our efforts have resulted in good and we are very happy to be appreciated,” he has remarked.

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