The participants were addressed by Minister of Agriculture Otar Danelia, Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Nodar Javakhishvili, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Genadi Arveladze and Deputy Minister of Energy Mariam Valishvili.
Talking points included the implemented and current economic reforms in Georgia and the country’s involvement in the international transit and energy projects. The Ambassadors were informed on the projects providing for construction and restoration of Georgia’s agriculture, infrastructure and highways, which represent the subject of increasing interest of international investors, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
Executive Director of the Anaklia Development Consortium Levan Akhvlediani held a presentation for the Ambassadors, focusing on the Anaklia deep sea port and its role. The Ambassadors got acquainted with the Technology Park, Innovations and Startups ecosystem.
The Ambassadors also met the representatives of the business communities. It should be noted that this was the first meeting held in this format. Discussions focused on the importance of active involvement of the Embassies in investment and business projects.
Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry highlighted the best practice of co-operation with the Georgian diplomatic missions.
Mikheil Janelidze thanked the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development for the organizing the meeting at the Technology Park in the frames of the Ambassadorial; the Foreign Minister underlined the importance of the further co-operation with the Technology Park, particularly, in terms of importing the modern and innovation projects to the country. Mikheil Janelidze also underlined that all directions discussed within the economic diplomatic session are interesting for Georgia’s diplomatic corps in terms of co-operation with the partner countries in various economic, trade or infrastructural directions.