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GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8PZ
February 01, 2013
Bottled mineral water are displayed at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water are displayed at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
Bottled mineral water are displayed at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8PT
February 01, 2013
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8PM
February 01, 2013
An employee walks at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles)...
BORJOMI, Georgia
An employee walks at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
An employee walks at the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-GEORGIA/TALKS
RTR3D8PG
February 01, 2013
An employee works at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi,...
BORJOMI, Georgia
An employee works at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
An employee works at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8PE
February 01, 2013
Employees drive forklifts at a warehouse of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi,...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employees drive forklifts at a warehouse of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
Employees drive forklifts at a warehouse of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8P7
February 01, 2013
Labels are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Labels are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
Labels are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8P4
February 01, 2013
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8OE
February 01, 2013
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8OA
February 01, 2013
Employees work at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employees work at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi
Employees work at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS
RTR3D8O2
February 01, 2013
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line of the IDS Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, January 30, 2013. If there's a secret to taking the bitter taste out of ties between Russia and Georgia after a 2008 war, it may lie in this lush valley south of the Caucasus Mountain border between the feuding former Soviet republics. The valley is the source of Borjomi, a salty, sulphurous mineral water that was popular in Russia since Soviet times but was swept off shelves when Moscow banned imports of Georgian beverages in 2006, with tensions already building toward war. Picture taken January 30. To match story GEORGIA-RUSSIA/TALKS REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-BORJOMI/
RTR3D4TV
January 29, 2013
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
BORJOMI, Georgia
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi in this June 17, 2010 file photo. Georgia's salty-tasty mineral water Borjomi, expected to be brought by billionaire Mikhail Fridman's Alfa Group, could also come back on Russian dinner tables if trade relations between the two country foes improve. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili/Files (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
RUSSIA-BORJOMI/
RTR3D4TS
January 29, 2013
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi in this June 17, 2010 file photo. Georgia's salty-tasty mineral water Borjomi, expected to be brought by billionaire Mikhail Fridman's Alfa Group, could also come back on Russian dinner tables if trade relations between the two country foes improve. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili/Files (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FAD5
June 17, 2010
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FAD4
June 17, 2010
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's ...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FAD2
June 17, 2010
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's ...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FAD1
June 17, 2010
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FAD0
June 17, 2010
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FACY
June 17, 2010
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FACW
June 17, 2010
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's ...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FACV
June 17, 2010
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's ...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2FACU
June 17, 2010
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi is seen at the production line in the IDC Borjomi Georgia's factory in the town of Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, June 17, 2010. Russian authorities banned the Borjomi brand in May 2006 following a ban on Georgian wines, citing a breach of sanitary standards and consequent health risks, according to local media. Georgian authorities, however, see the ban as politically motivated. Before the ban Russians bought 75 million litres each year and, calculated by the value of its sales, it was the country's biggest mineral water brand, according to the company. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG46
December 15, 2006
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) south-west of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG44
December 15, 2006
An employee tests the quality of Borjomi mineral water at the laboratory in the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
An employee tests the quality of Borjomi mineral water at the laboratory in the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
An employee tests the quality of Borjomi mineral water at the laboratory in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG42
December 15, 2006
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water...
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG3X
December 15, 2006
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water...
Borjomi bottled mineral water are seen at the production line in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG3U
December 15, 2006
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
An employee works at the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water in the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG3R
December 15, 2006
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
A worker controls the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) south-west of Tbilisi, December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG3P
December 15, 2006
A worker watches the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
A worker watches the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
A worker watches the production line of Borjomi bottled mineral water at the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi, December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG3D
December 15, 2006
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line at the Georgian Glass and Mineral...
Bottled mineral water from Borjomi are seen at the production line at the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company factory in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) to southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/MINERAL WATER
RTR1KG37
December 15, 2006
Newly designed bottles for mineral water Borjomi are displayed during a presentation at the Georgian...
BORJOMI, Georgia
Newly designed bottles for mineral water Borjomi are displayed during a presentation at the Georgian...
Newly designed bottles for mineral water Borjomi are displayed during a presentation at the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company in Borjomi, some 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Tbilisi December 15, 2006. Russia's consumer protection agency banned the import of Borjomi and wine from its Western-leaning neighbour Georgia, citing health and safety reasons. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
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