Georgian-Korean business forum opens in Tbilisi
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 26 /Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
Georgian-Korean Business Forum has today opened in Tbilisi.
Georgian Economy and Development Minister Vera Kobalia addressed the forum participants.
She familiarized the forum participants with Georgia's investment opportunities and business environment in the country.
"Korean capital is actively involved in Georgia's energy sector, but we would like Korea to be more actively involved in the country's projects," she said.
The forum is also attended by Finance Minister of Georgia, Dmitry Gvindadze.
Along with businessmen of both countries, the forum is also attended by heads of the two countries' chambers of commerce.
The forum is attended by more than 100 companies from both sides.
Within the forum bilateral meetings will be held between businessmen of Georgia and South Korea in order to establish personal contacts and participation in specific projects.