Georgia, Russia to discuss again about WTO membership

Georgia and Russia are scheduled to open their next round of talks on Russia’s membership in the World Trade Organization in the Swiss city of Bern.

The negotiations start on Thursday and finish a day later.

The two countries held a previous round of talks in early March this year, also in Bern.

Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze has told the media earlier in the week that there are some non-political issues that Russia has to solve first before the two countries can delve into WTO accession talks.

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