Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture Levan Davitashvili met with bread and wheat producers.
"Given the economic situation in the world on the background of the pandemic, we have regular meetings with representatives of the business sector. We had another working meeting with wheat and bread producers. We have no reason to increase bread price. We carry out constant monitoring of wheat stocks. We will have no delay in the supply of either bread or flour; "Prices will be maintained," the minister said.
Levan Davitashvili spoke about flour and bread as the most demanded products at the meeting. He aslo considered the need to maintain a stable price and importance of making responsible decisions by the business sector in the current situation.
"I think our cooperation is constructive, transparent and effective. We must be able to maintain stability and, at the same time, a positive environment for business development, ”Levan Davitashvili said.
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