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13:10  23 september  2021
13:10  23 september  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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En Russie, le champagne français est contraint de se faire appeler « vin pétillant » en alphabet cyrillique… Photo d’illustration David ADEMAS / WEST FRANCE In Russia, the French champagne is forced to be called "sparkling wine" in the Cyrillic alphabet ... Photo of

illustration a recent Russian law requires the champagne to be called "sparkling wine", the name written in Cyrillic is reserved for wines produced in Russia ... Franck Riester, Minister for foreign Trade, hopes to quickly obtain a moratorium.

France hopes to soon be a moratorium on the recent Russian law preventing the champagne to use its own name in Cyrillic , announced Thursday the Minister for Foreign Trade, Franck Riester, on France 2.

We are talks for weeks now with the Russian authorities, who are in a positive frame of mind, constructive on this issue, the minister said in Télématin.

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They work for a moratorium against this law that prevents clearly champagne using Cyrillic champagne word, has he said.

This is not something acceptable and we work with them in a very positive way. I hope we will have good news in the hours or days ahead of a moratorium on this law does not correspond to the law on geographical indication, he said.

#Champagne | We have a constructive dialogue on the Champagne appellation with Russia. We work for a moratorium on the law ???????? which sparked rightly the concern of our producers since the summer. # Les4V @Caroline_Roux @ France2_presse pic.twitter.com/RCE5t5L1dF

- Franck Riester (@franckriester) September 23, 2021,

Champanskoïe Since July 2, a change in Russian law on trade in alcohol products obliges distributors of champagne to barter the prestigious champagne against the sparkling wine on the label against the bottle written in Cyrillic, reserving the name Champanskoïe Russian producers of sparkling wines.

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This provision of the law this summer has sparked strong indignation producers and distributors of champagne, anxious to protect their protected designation of origin, and the protests of several French ministers.

The Interprofessional Committee of Champagne Wine (CIVC), who advised early July producers to temporarily suspend their exports to Russia in response to this new provision of the law, was delivered on 11 September for the resumption of shipments to Russia from September 15, in a gesture of appeasement.

is Russia, with the United States or Haiti, one of the states not to recognize the appellation of controlled origin (AOC) Champagne despite twenty years of discussions.

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