PM: Davos Forum participants show strong interest in Georgia’s investment opportunities
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan.26 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian Prime Minister is pleased with the level of foreign investors' attention to Georgia's investment opportunities, which was shown at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
"We met with the Indian and Korean businessmen, who intend to invest in our economy, mainly in industry and energy," Nika Gilauri said in an interview with the Georgian journalists following the first day of the forum.
A Georgian delegation headed by Georgian Minister Gilauri left for Switzerland on Wednesday to attend the forum. Gilauri is accompanied by Georgian Economy and Sustainable Development Minister Vera Kobalia and Energy and Natural Resources Minister Alexander Khetaguri.
Gilauri will hold talks with members of the U.S. Congress delegation and European Commissioner for Energy Günther Oettinger.
Yesterday Gilauri presented Georgia's investment opportunities and progress in the fight against corruption. At the presentation Gilauri familiarized the forum participants with the economic reforms carried out in the country in recent years.
"The forum participants, especially private sector and investors expressed particular interest in our country. They are mainly interested in sectors, where investments can be made, in addition they are especially interested in facilitated business conduct in Georgia and control over their investments," Gilauri said.