Batumi Sea Port and Nika-Tera, a specialized seaport of Ukraine, plans to implement joint projects. The information was released after the Ajara Government officials paid official visit to the city of Nikolaev, Ukraine and attended Batumi-Nikolaev business forum.
Nika-Tera representatives do not unveil the agreement details until conclusion of specific contracts. However, it is famous that the parties will make focus on enhancing turnover.
“This is only a starting phase. The parties are exploring turnover growth potential in both seaports. At this stage, we abstain to unveil details of negotiations, but we believe this cooperation is very important and useful for both countries”, Nika-Tera representative Aleksandr Gaidu said.
Similar meetings promote enhancement of bilateral relations and establishment of business relations between two specific regions, Georgian Ambassador to Ukraine Mikheil UKleba said.
Archil Khabadze, head of the Ajara Government, positively appraised cooperation opportunities between the seaports.
Nika-Tera is a successful and rapidly-growing company. This enterprise is a sample of how a private seaport is developed beside state-owned seaports. It is managed better. The infrastructure is better and business process is well-organized”, Archil Khabadze said.
It should be noted Nika-Tera is a subsidiary of Group DF company.