Georgia’s Deputy PM and Minister of Economy, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, met with Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan in Yerevan on August 29.
Kvirikashvili, according to his press office, told the Armenian PM about Georgia’s interest in “implementing mutually beneficial investment projects.”
The Armenian PM said: “We should continue our efforts toward the expansion of bilateral ties, since it is in the best interest of our two peoples. A common space has to be created where our peoples will be free to cooperate in various fields, which in turn can provide greater opportunities for strengthened economic ties.”
According to the Armenian PM’s office, cooperation in transportation, customs administration, agriculture and tourism, as well as the possibility of restoring direct flights between Yerevan and Tbilisi were also discussed during the meeting.
In Yerevan, the Georgian Economy Minister also met his Armenian counterpart, as well as Armenian Minister of Transport and Communication.