Transit of hydrocarbons through the territory of Georgia from Kazakstan will start soon.
Director of GR Transit, Davit Chiradze told BM.ge. According to him, the agreement between the parties will be signed at Argus Conference today.
As Chiradze explains, the volume of the new oil pipeline will be 200 000 tons a year, which will benefit the tens of millions of Georgian lari. The benzyl cargo shipments have already been carried out in September of this year, and since October the official transportation will begin.