Is Russia Resuming a Trade War Against Georgia?

Menabde, Giorgi
August 2014
Eurasia Daily Monitor;8/6/2014, Vol. 11 Issue 144, p2
The article reports that Russia has announced the suspension of the Free Trade Regime between the Russia and Georgia. Russia blocked Georgian imports in 2006, after Georgia's security services arrested four Russian spies. After coming to power, the Georgian Dream government resumed talks with Russia and sucsucceeded lifting the sanctions.


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