Georgia, Serbia define main directions of trade, economic co-op
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 4
By Tamilla Mammadova - Trend:
The first meeting of the joint intergovernmental commission on Georgian-Serbian trade and economic cooperation was held in Tbilisi, Trend reports with reference to apsny.ge.
The Georgian side was headed by Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Gennadi Arveladze, and the Serbian delegation was led by State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nemanja Stevanovic.
Within the framework of the commission, the Chambers of Commerce of the two countries organized a business forum, during which meetings of the business circles of Georgia and Serbia were held.
At the end of the meeting, a joint protocol was signed, which reflected main directions of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.
Georgia and Serbia established diplomatic relations on June 26, 1995. As reported, although cooperation between countries is not active, there is potential to deepen relations in the economic and cultural spheres.