PM Garibashvili said Azerbaijan is not only a friend and a neighbour of Georgia, but one of the main strategic partners as well.
It is a great honour for me to be here in Baku in our friend and neighbour country – Azerbaijan, which is very precious for us”, Garibashvili said welcoming the resumption of the commission after ten-year suspension.
Irakli Garibashvili has welcomed the progress that Georgia and Azerbaijan have made in trade and economy, humanitarian and cultural directions.
We have had a great progress in all directions in recent years, but I believe that this potential is even higher and needs to be fully used”, the Georgian PM said.
Azerbaijani PM has thanked his Georgian counterpart for visiting Baku and engaging in the economic commission session.
PM Asadov also noted that relations between the two countries are on high level while their joint energy and transport projects further increase their economic opportunities.
Our countries play an important role in developing the region and ensuring the energy security of Europe”, Asadov said adding that there is even more room for deepening Georgia-Azerbaijani ties in the fields of digital economy, agriculture, healthcare, etc.
Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava, who also attended the inter-governmental commission session said the both Georgian and Azerbaijani leaders are ready and willing to deepen their economic ties.
She said at the session the parties spoke of the ways for increasing the trade turnout as well as expanding cooperation in the sphere of energy.
Georgian delegation chaired by PM Garibashvili is visiting Azerbaijan today.