Georgia, Japan hold political consultations

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Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec. 20
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

Tbilisi hosted the sixth round of Georgian-Japanese political consultations.

At the talks, the Georgian side was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania, and for the Japanese, by Deputy Director General of the European Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Special Representative for Central Asia and Caucasus, Norio Maruyama, the Georgian Foreign Ministry told Trend on Dec.20.

During the consultations the sides discussed current issues of bilateral relations. Growing dynamics of economic relations between the two countries were evaluated as being positive and also the movement of growth in exports to Japan of Georgian wines was highlighted.

The meeting also considered prospects of intensification of bilateral economic relations and the influx of Japanese investments to Georgia.

Translated by M.L.

Edited by S.M.

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