The Prime Ministers of Armenia and Georgia Karen Karapetyan and Giorgi Kvirikashvili discussed issues of bilateral cooperation as they met in Tbilisi today.
“We are willing to deepen the regional cooperation, intensify the commodity turnover and use the whole potential,” the Georgian Prime Minister said. He added that “Georgia attaches importance to the further deepening and development of cooperation with Armenia.”
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan noted, in turn, that “the bilateral relations have entered a new stage. The Armenian Georgian cooperation keeps developing in an atmosphere of trust, which is a guarantee of the further development and reinforcement of relations. We are willing to discuss issues of cooperation both in bilateral and multilateral formats and seek ways for further intensification of collaboration.”
The Prime Ministers of Armenia and Georgia discussed a wide range of issues related to cooperation in the trade-economic field, agriculture, transport, tourism and culture. The interlocutors hailed the level of cooperation in the field of energy and discussed the perspectives of transport communication.
They attached importance to the Meghri Free Trade Zone and the perspectives of its use as a platform for making the markets of third countries more accessible.
The interlocutors also stressed the importance of preserving the rich cultural heritage.