GUAM developed significant projects in the tourism, agriculture and motor transport sectors, which will soon be signed. Georgia Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze made the statement to journalist during the fourth GUAM session in Tbilisi at the Sheraton Metechi Palace today.
According to the FM, the projects were developed at the GUAM ministerial in New York.
Vashadze also responded to a statement made in Russia that the organization will soon dissolve.
“Today’s GUAM meeting is further proof that the organization feels fine and we switched to concrete projects from the first phase,” Vashadze said.
According to the FM, participants will discuss ways to achieve European-standard democracy.