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Tuesday, 26 February 2019 16:00

Black Sea Transport Corridor will be strengthened, Mamuka Bakhtadze

Black Sea Transport Corridor will be strengthened, Mamuka Bakhtadze

 “Georgia-EU Association Council Meeting will be a very important format to further deepen our integration process, which has commenced and is successfully progressing”, Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia, has said at a regular press-briefing held prior to the Executive Government Meeting today (February 26), Caspian Energy News ( reports with reference to the press office of the Prime Minister of Georgia.

According to Mamuka Bakhtadze, 5th Meeting of Georgia-EU Association Council will be held in Brussels on March 5, 2019. Georgia chairs the process this year.

“A number of topics of public interest will be discussed at the highest level of the Council. Special focus will be made on the Economic Policy of the Government, modernization of the education system, along with the stimulation of free trade with EU”, the Prime Minister of Georgia said.

According to Mamuka Bakhtadze, significant focus will be made at the Council Meeting on strengthening the Black Sea Transport Corridor.

“We see that certain faults exist in the transport and logistics in general, which hamper our ability to further increase our trade with EU and to find a greater use of the free trade regime with EU. Hence, a separate format will be given to the prospects of intensified trade and economic relations through the Black Sea within this context”, the head of government said.

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