Georgia eyeing to become full member of Energy Community, says PM
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 27
Georgia attaches great significance to sustainable development goals, said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
He made the remarks at the UN Sustainable Development Summit, Georgia Online news agency reported Sept. 27.
PM Garibashvili underscored the Georgian state's intention to create in the country an open, liberal and commercially stable energy sector, which would be resilient to market shocks.
In this regard, Garibashvili said Georgia intends to become a full member of the Energy Community.
He also said the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted at the Summit, will enjoy broad support in Georgia.
"Today, work is already underway in Georgia on many directions of sustainable development, in such areas as a healthy way of life, provision of access to affordable and modern energy sources, introduction of innovations, and access to justice for all," said Garibashvili.