Itsik Moshe, president of Georgia-Israel Chamber of Business and Head of House of Israel, urges Government of Georgia to intensify efforts for attracting investors. There is normal business environment in Georgia, but more active efforts are required to attract investors, Itsik Moshe told BPI.
“Today investors do not show interest in any country. There is global crisis… Georgia has the chance to draw investments thanks to active job”, Itsik Moshe said.
Countries like Georgia should intensify activities and Georgian embassies are able to play decisive role in this respect, he said.
Israeli investors continue making investments in Georgia, he added.
“Maybe, this is a small volume, but the interest exists. More than 0.5 billion USD investments have entered from Israel to purchase lands, real estate and these deals need further continuation – additional investments are required”, Itsik Moshe said.