PM receives Georgian Counterpart

PM receives Georgian Counterpart

PM receives Georgian Counterpart

(Dubai) – Vice President and Prime Minister of U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, at Za’beel Palace, received Irakli Garibashvili, Georgia’s Prime Minister, and the members of his delegation. During the meeting, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and Garibashvili discussed the bilateral relations between U.A.E. and Georgia and ways of expanding the foundations of their friendship and cooperation relations, in the area of mutual investments in particular.
As they also discussed the political situation in the Caucasus, Prime Minister Garibashvili briefed H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid on the latest developments in the region and in Georgia in particular. Prime Minister Garibashvili explained that his country welcomes U.A.E. investments and elaborated on the opportunities offered by Georgia’s sectors of mining, water and tourism. He affirmed his government’s desire for attracting investors from U.A.E. for forging feasible investments that benefit both countries.
Noting the importance of enhancing air transport between the two countries in light of flydubai’s recent launch of five weekly flights from Dubai to Tbilisi, Mr. Garibashvili expressed his hope that the number of these flights will increase in order to enhance the relations and communication between the peoples of the two countries at the economic, tourism and cultural levels in particular.
H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid welcomed the Georgian prime minister’s proposal for building a foundation for joint investments, and stressed that U.A.E. is keen on building solid relations with the other countries and their peoples that are based on common interests, respect, confidence and equal opportunities, particularly in the private sector which plays an effective and important role in the economies of U.A.E. and other countries.
(Courtesy WAM)

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