Government members of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan have signed agreements on intensifying the relations in economy, security and education, RIA Novosti quoted Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili as saying Oct.13.
The agreement was inked in Tbilisi, as Kyrgyzstan’s President Almazbek Atambayev and his spouse have arrived in Georgia for a two-day visit.
“Our meeting was dedicated to bilateral cooperation and its intensification,” said Margvelashvili, adding that Georgia, as a bridge linking the East and West, creates unique opportunities for international cooperation.
The agreements signed today will make it possible to intensify the relations in the spheres of security, economy and education, said Georgia’s president during a joint press conference with his Kyrgyz counterpart. Margvelashvili said that he will plan a visit to Kyrgyzstan soon.