Sonja Miskulin has forgotten her beloved cat, Pooki. She can’t remember whether she has grandchildren and has no memory of her nine-hour journey one recent Sunday to forever leave behind her home in Germany.
Georgia wants to regain market access for its agricultural products including cheese, fruit, vegetables and meat to Russia, which effectively ended a ban on wine and mineral water imports from the former Soviet republic.
Coca-Cola Japan Co. is considering importing mineral water from South Korea to meet demand in Japan’s Tohoku and Tokyo regions. The company initially plans to secure 1 million cases of water for the affected areas, according to a faxed statement today.
Georgia regained access to Russian markets for its fruit, vegetable and nut exports, seven years after its northern neighbor banned the produce, according to the Black Sea country’s National Food Agency in Tbilisi.