Silk Road concerns Borderless Cooperation: PM

Georgian PM visits Davos, world economic forum. Based on him, Georgia has recently signed cooperation agreements featuring a partner states. The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad project is nearing completion, just as one important the main Silk Road going through Georgia to Azerbaijan and Turkey.

In his speech, Giorgi Kvirikashvili emphasized the value of the Anaklia Marine Port project.

“We are launching regarding among the largest ports about the Black Sea, that is the Anaklia Seaport. Spending budget an absolute consortium, a Georgian-American consortium, and are generally interested in port operators in the market. Were modernizing our railway, boosting the speed of your railway. Were investing considerably during the road infrastructure. Of course, we’re also cooperating with many other countries across the Silk Road. We already signed a cooperation agreement with China. We’ve completed free trade negotiations with China, and we’ll sign the disposable trade agreement within the nearest future. The bottom line is, the Silk Road is focused on borderless cooperation. It’s very important to say that economy it not just about transportation. This can be about manufacturing cooperation and logistics,” the top Minister said.

The session, that’s focused on the opportunities proposed by the newest Silk Road, was attended by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj.

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