Medicines, produced in Turkey will not meet the demand of Georgian consumers and the medical sector, - said Natia Khabeishvili, Public Relations Manager of PSP Pharmacy Chain.
According to Khabeishvili, PSP offered a number of medicines to consumers at a discounted price before the opening of the Turkish market. She declared, that now the main thing was to reduce the medicine price, as well as keep the high quality.
"The main cornerstone of our activity always has been the guaranteed quality of medicines. Financial accessibility of the medicine is only a priority after their quality. PSP is already providing its customers with affordable Turkish medicines based on the hospital admission form. With this resolution, it may be taken to a different angle, but we must emphasize that the list of Turkish manufacturers and medicines will not meet the demand of Georgian consumers and the medical sector," - said Natia Khabeishvili.
According to Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili, the Turkish market for medicine exports is already opened and Georgian consumers will soon buy high quality GMP standard medicines at an affordable price.
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