BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 27. Kazakhstan and Georgia agreed to expand the range of bilateral trade for 2023-2026, Trend reports via the Kazakh government.
The relevant roadmap was signed following the meeting between Kazakhstan's Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov and Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, who arrived in Kazakhstan on an official visit.
At the meeting, the prime minister of Kazakhstan noted that thanks to the joint efforts, the bilateral trade turnover has reached record-high level, growing from $31.7 million to $147.7 million, which is 4.7 times higher than last year's figure.
"We have all the opportunities and tools to maintain positive dynamics. I’m sure that the roadmap signed today to expand the range of mutual trade for 2023-2026 will give an additional incentive to mutual trade," Smailov said.