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Theresa May appointed the UK Special Representative for Trade Issues in Georgia

 UK Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a member of the British Parliament Mark Pritchard as the Special Representative of the Great Britain in Trade Georgia and Armenia, on September 12. 

According to British Embassy in Georgia, British Special Forces Trade Advisors are appointed in countries where the British government sees trade and investment potential.

Representatives promote existing trade relations and work on improving bilateral trade connections.

Mr. Pritchard commented at the appointment:

”It’s a great honor for me to be Prime Minister’s first trade representative in Georgia and Armenia. My appointment highlights the importance of expanding trade and investment relations between the UK, Georgia and Armenia and the desire of the British Government to deepen the successful cooperation between our countries. It is worth noting that trade and investment potential is quite large. “