Tbilisi, Georgia, Oct. 8
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia's economy is ready for new challenges, Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili said at the meeting with representatives of the companies included in the U.S Chamber of Commerce in Tbilisi Oct. 7.
"The government determined Georgia's economic development policy and the country is willing to follow the relevant EU standards," he said.
The president also stressed the importance of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway construction, as well as Georgia's importance as a logistics center.
"The more energy projects will be implemented in Georgia, the higher energy security level will be in the country," the president said.
"Not only Western but also Asian countries are interested in the regional security," he said.
Margvelashvili also said it is necessary for Georgia to develop small and medium business.
"There is no corruption in the country," he said. "The economy is growing. Georgian market has all the conditions for foreign investors."