Georgia, Estonia ink agreement on international transportations
Tbilisi, Georgia, Jan. 13
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia and Estonia signed, during the Georgian-Estonian business forum, several agreements, in particular, the agreement "On international transportations of passengers and goods."
The forum was held during the Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas's visit to Georgia.
The trade and industry chambers of Georgia and Estonia signed a memorandum of understanding.
Georgian trade and industry chamber's head, Kakha Baindurashvili, said the exchange of visits and information will be carried out as part of this document, what will contribute to deepening of trade and economic relations.
Estonia's Ambassador to Georgia Priit Turk spoke about the importance of deepening relations between the two countries and the Estonian investors' interest in the Georgian market.
"Integration with the EU has brought many benefits to Estonia, and we believe that it will bring a lot of potential to Georgia as well," he said. "I believe that this forum will be useful both for the Georgian and Estonian businessmen. The meeting will contribute to deepening of business relations between the two countries."