15 October 1997span> GEORGIAN PRESIDENT Eduard Shevardnadze criticized a blockade of alcohol at his country’s border with Russia, accusing Russia of trying to discredit Georgia as a conduit for international trade, RFE/RL reported. Since July, hundreds of tanker trucks laden with alcohol from Turkey, intended for vodka producers in Russia, have been blocked at Georgia’s […]

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