Georgia may start assembling Belarusian e-buses

Georgia may start assembling Belarusian e-buses

Alexander Lukashenko is now in Georgia on an official visit. The economic cooperation between the two countries in Tbilisi is also being discussed by business circles.

Today the Georgian capital is hosting a joint business forum. The event gathered about three hundred people.

Among the potential joint projects of Belarusian and Georgian business are the production of Belarusian electric buses in Tbilisi and a milk and meat processing enterprise.

A facility to assemble Belarusian tractors is opening in Batumi. Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ) agreed to deliver trucks to Georgia.

The visit of Alexander Lukashenko to Tbilisi will last two days. On March 23, the President plans to hold a series of meetings and lay a wreath at the Heroes Memorial to those who fell for the unity of Georgia.