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Georgia Attracts Larger Quantity of Cargo from Kazakhstan

Georgia Attracts Larger Quantity of Cargo from Kazakhstan

Further development of economic relations between Georgia and Kazakhstan has been discussed.

Visit of the first Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev to Georgia was planned in Davos during the meeting of Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan and Georgia.

“We discussed ways of attraction of larger quantity of cargo from Kazakhstan and means of state support to this process; Kazakh investor’s return to Tbilisi gas distribution company and relevant preconditions, as well as existing bilateral cooperation prospects. We have to do everything to utilize this potential. Attitude of Kazakh side to Georgia is quite positive and we have to attempt to ensure that based on this emotional attitude, investments are made. I am convinced that we can do that,” – Prime Minister noted after the meeting.

Georgia Attracts Larger Quantity of Cargo from Kazakhstan

The first Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev thanked Giorgi Kvirikashvili for the meeting and noted that increase of the trade turnout was one of the main topics of the conversation. To ensure respective result, relevant efforts shall be made. Pursuant to Bakytzhan Sagintayev, the sides also discussed issues related to Batumi port and “Kaztransgas”. As it was noted by the Kazakh official, the Government of Kazakhstan will continue discussions on the issue of “Kaztransgas”.