Batumi energy conference prepares declaration for summit
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 14 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The declaration agreed at Batumi international energy conference will be signed at the summit with participation of the presidents, Georgia's foreign ministry representative Ia Maharashvili told media.
She said the summit will be held in Batumi with participation of the presidents. The declaration will be signed there to support development of 'South Energy Corridor'.
Representatives from Georgia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Turkey, Ukraine, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia, and Poland are participants of today's energy conference. They support an idea of developing alternative way of energy resources transit to Europe. It is reflected in the declaration for leaders of these countries to sign.
"This international conference can be considered preparatory for a meeting of the presidents. It will sure to be held as a Batumi summit. We fail to determine the exact term today," Maharashvili said.