Georgia to cooperate with Armenia on transport and communications

Armenian Transport and Communications Minister Manuk Vardanyan recently had a meeting with visiting Georgian Economy and Stable development Minister Vera Kobelia in Yerevan. In the course of talks, the sides discussed issues regarding cargo transportation, infrastructure, road construction, and customs tariffs.

Outlining transport as a priority, the sides are willing to cooperate in several sectors. The Armenian minister said that both countries develop an agreement on interstate co-operation in the sphere of transport and communications.

He mentioned that Georgia has great expertise in road construction which could benefit Armenia. In turn, Georgian minister said that co-operation between Armenia and Georgia will enable to solve a number of problems in this sphere.

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