Economy Minister talks about “beginning of new opportunities” in Georgia-US cooperation

A “beginning of new opportunities” in cooperation between Georgia and the United States was the focus of a speech by Georgian Economy Minister Levan Davitashvili at an event marking the Independence Day of the United States. United States Thursday.

The Minister reviewed trade and economic cooperation and noted that the United States is among Georgia’s top 10 partner countries in terms of revenue, export and import.

He also talked about foreign direct investment which spanned various economic sectors and said capital inflows from the United States since 1997 had exceeded $1.8 billion.

The ongoing hostilities in Ukraine were also featured in the official’s speech, with the importance of defending the “principles and values ​​shared by the democratic world” in the face of Russia’s unjustified war against Ukraine.

Davitashvili noted that Georgia stands in solidarity with Ukraine, its international friends and partners, and noted the “aggression against freedom”, territorial integrity and independence carried out by Russia against Georgia in 2008.

The minister thanked the United States for its “unwavering support” for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.

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