The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce met with a Georgian delegation on Thursday to discuss issues of trade and economic cooperation.
The meeting placed the highest priority on agricultural machine-building, as Belarusian machinery is widely used by the agricultural enterprises of Georgia. The parties also agreed to exchange business delegations in the near future, with the first visit of the Georgian delegation to Belarus planned for April 17.
Mikhail Myatlikov, the chairman of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce, was on hand to meet with the delegation from Georgia. He suggested the establishment of service centers for the maintenance of Belarusian agricultural machinery for Georgian companies. The Georgian representatives expressed a readiness to work out the initiative.
Nikolai Demchuk, the head of bilateral relations with CIS states at the department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, also participated in the meeting.
The Georgian delegates included Minister of Agriculture of Georgia Shalva Pipia, Ambassador to Republic of Belarus David Kotaria, President of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kakha Baindurashvili, Head of Administration of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia Genadi Kerdzevadze and Chairman of the National Vine Agency Levan Davitashvili.
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