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Lithuanian companies ready to do business in Georgia

Lithuanian companies are ready for doing business in Georgia, Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius said at a joint press-conference with his Georgian counterpart Irakli Garibashvili.

He said that the two countries are expected to sign an agreement on economic cooperation on January 27 and this document contributes to the further development of bilateral relations.

“We will sign an economic agreement Jan. 27,” he said. “I am confident that this document will make a great contribution to the development of our bilateral relations. An intergovernmental commission will be a very important mechanism to address the issues of economic cooperation. I brought a very big delegation of Lithuanian businessmen. Our companies are ready to do business in Georgia with Georgian colleagues.”

He said that at a meeting with Garibashvili, he reiterated the support for Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations and its territorial integrity.

“We are united by common values with Georgia, bilateral and global issues and relations between our people,” Butkevičius said.