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Ministers of Economy of Georgia and Turkey met in Istanbul Featured

Ministers of Economy of Georgia and Turkey met in Istanbul

Minister for Economic Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia met in Istanbul with her Turkish counterpart. Ministerial Meeting was held in Istanbul during a meeting of the Georgian-Turkish intergovernmental commission.

The sides discussed trade and economic relations and tourism development. As stated by Caglayan, in the near future in Georgia will arrive a large delegation of Turkish businessmen who are interested in projects in Georgia and investing. "We are interested in regional cooperation, including in business development in Georgia, aided by mildconditions of registration of business" - he said.

In turn, Kobalia noted that Georgia is interested in investments of Turkish companies."We are ready to accept the new company, and promote the expansion and consolidation of existing Turkish companies in Georgia, which will allow us to providenew jobs, develop business," - said she.

Kobalia also spoke with the Turkish businessmen who have business in Georgia and are interested in the implementation of additional investment.

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