Georgia, Tbilisi, November 30 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian companies will partake in tenders for construction of roads in Armenia, Georgian Regional Development and Infrastructure Minister Ramaz Nikolaishvili told journalists on Wednesday at the sidelines of a Georgian-Armenian business forum.
The field of construction of roads gradually develops in Armenia so Georgian companies will partake in this process.
"Our Armenian colleagues show a substantial progress in the field of construction of roads. Now they begin talks with international donors. The Asian Development Bank holds a $1 billion-worth tender in Armenia. We have already conducted preliminary talks with the Armenian side, and our companies will partake in this tender," Nikolaishvili noted.
Georgia's Economy Minister Vera Kobalia told the business forum that trade turnover between the two countries grows from year to year. In first 10 months of 2011, Georgia exported goods worth $185 million to Armenia, the Minister said.