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Competitive Capacity of Our Corridor Shrinks, because We do not Have Deepwater Seaport

Interest in Georgia’s corridor will increase after completion of Poti seaport construction, Georgian Railway director Mamuka Bakhtadze said.

We do not have deepwater seaport and this is one of the reasons the competitive capacity of our corridor falls, Mamuka Bakhtadze told reporters.

“International organizations have huge interest to employ our corridor. A week ago One Belt – One Road forum was held in China, where Georgia’s special role was stressed again.

We have our homework for modernizing our infrastructure to make our corridor more competitive.

Our government is constructing deepwater seaport jointly with an investor and this is a very important project. Anaklia deepwater seaport will create new opportunities  for logistics companies”, Bakhtadze noted.