Georgia has introduced its business and investment environment to members of the Greek business society.
The large group of Greek business leaders, representatives from business associations and the Greece Chamber of Commerce director attended the event, which highlighted Georgia’s investment potential.
The event was held in Greece yesterday.
Georgia’s First Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Mikheil Janelidze talked about the reforms Georgia had implemented recently. Janelidze also provided detailed information about Georgia’s investment climate.
He emphasised the importance of the Association Agreement (AA) that Georgia signed in June last year. He said it was important for the country to enjoy the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) which was part of AA.
The Georgian side expressed its readiness to host a Greek delegation in the first part of 2016.