(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 27. Turkmenistan and
Georgia to discuss the development of bilateral economic
cooperation, trend reports.
This was reported to the President of Turkmenistan Serdar
Berdimuhamedov by the Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers
Batyr Atdaev at a government meeting held on May 26, 2023.
According to him, these issues will be discussed at the upcoming
June 5 through 6 meeting of the intergovernmental Turkmen-Georgian
Commission on economic cooperation in Tbilisi (Georgia).
After hearing the report, Berdimuhamedov noted that Turkmenistan
attaches great importance to strengthening traditionally friendly
relations with Georgia based on the principles of mutual respect,
trust, and a mutual desire to expand productive partnerships.
Speaking about the important role of the Intergovernmental
Turkmen-Georgian Commission for Economic Cooperation in building up
trade and economic cooperation, developing mutually beneficial
investment projects, and strengthening interstate trade ties, the
Head of State ordered to ensure an appropriate level of preparation
for the upcoming meeting.
Economic cooperation between Georgia and Turkmenistan represents
a significant potential for the development of trade and investment
between the two countries. Both states are located in strategically
important regions and have significant resource potentials, which
makes their interaction especially promising.
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