Georgia refers to visa requirement removal with Turkey
Georgia and Turkey exerted efforts give greater freedom to investors under a common vision they adopted few years ago, says Georgian PM.
Georgia's Premier Grigol Mgaloblishvili vowed to deal with problems of all investors and businessmen in his country as their own.
Speaking at the working lunch hosted by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board in Istanbul Mgaloblishvili said despite the blow Georgia took recently, it continued reforms with determination, with the whole civilised world behind it. He said the support they received from the world was not just political, but also financial.
Mgaloblisvili said thanks to the foreign financial aid and reforms implemented, Georgia would endure the hard times.
Mgaloblisvili said relations between Georgia and Turkey were based on strong foundations and added that they exerted efforts to reduce bureaucracy and give greater freedom to investors under a common vision they adopted few years ago.
In this respect, Mgaloblishvili referred to the removal of visa requirement between the two countries and the free trade agreement noting that they were about to launch a new joint energy project with Turkey.
He said they would buils a transit energy route between Turkey and Georgia noting that this would create further opportunities for cooperation in this field.
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