It was just a few days ago that once again supplies of Georgian tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, eggplants, potatoes and other vegetables were restored to the Russian market, Garibashvili said. "This is the result of the large efforts of our government. We have been interested in the people could have as many ways to sell products and make a profit as possible."
The prime minister also added that the signing of Georgia's association with the EU would bring with it many benefits to agricultural producers.
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