Tbilisi, Georgia, June 18
Polish capital of Warsaw will host a meeting of the Georgia-Poland intergovernmental economic commission on July 1-2.
The Georgian Chamber of Trade and Industry said on Wednesday, June 18 that it plans to organize a business forum as part of the commission. The presentation of Georgia's investment environment, as well as bilateral meetings between Georgian and Polish businessmen will be held at the forum.
Georgian government's delegation includes representatives of the ministries of economy and sustainable development, agriculture, energy, foreign affairs, and regional development and infrastructure.
The foreign trade turnover between Georgia and Poland stood at $96,172,500 in 2013, according to the National Statistics Office of Georgia (GeoStat).
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