The ban on transit of wheat and flour by truck in Georgia has been postponed for one year.
Michael Nahapetyan, Deputy Assistant to RA Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan, posted this on his Facebook page.
“I have written recently that the ban on transit of wheat and flour has been postponed by the end of the year.
Recently, a new development took place, the prohibition was postponed for a year, ” – Nahapetyan wrote.
Оn September 15 the Georgian government decided to postpone the transportation of grain to the country.
After the visit to Armenia, the Prime Minister of Georgia-Mamuka Bastadze announced that the decision was postponed until October, and on the morning of September 20 it was reported that the decision was postponed until the end of the year.
The ban on the transportation of grain trucks in Georgia can contribute to higher prices for bread in Armenia.