Georgia-Azerbaijan expects close cooperation with partners in the European Union’s Green Corridor project, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze said during the opening ceremony of the ADB Board of Governors meeting held in Tbilisi on May 4, Azernews reports.

“We will continue to invest in Georgia’s multifunctional regional center to fully realize its potential. Against the backdrop of the global crisis, alternative routes to international stability, energy and food security are critical. In view of this, we expect close cooperation with our partners to advance the Black Sea underwater power supply and internet cables, ferry transportation across the Black Sea and similar projects,” he said. said

According to him, it is important to maintain the competitiveness of Georgia, whose priority is the improvement of infrastructure in the region.

“We are building east-west, south-east and north-south corridors, improving connectivity. The deep water port of Anaklia and Tbilisi International Airport plays an important role in these parts. It is worth noting. “We have formulated a comprehensive program to improve the railway system and further develop the corporate system,” the prime minister added.

The inaugural meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has begun in Tbilisi. The inaugural session marks the official start of the annual session. It is a high-profile event attended by special guests from the host country.

The theme of the 57th annual meeting, to be held from May 2 to May 5, is “Bridge to the Future”.

The annual meeting is an opportunity for ADB governors to reflect on development issues and challenges facing Asia and the Pacific. Several thousand participants, including finance ministers, central bank governors, senior government officials, members of the private sector, representatives of international organizations and civil society organizations, youth, academic institutions and the media, regularly attend the meeting.



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