Margvelashvili: Relations between Belarus and Georgia exemplary


Margvelashvili: Relations between Belarus and Georgia exemplary

On March 22, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko began visit to Georgia. Georgia and Belarus are friendly countries. This is a promising trading partner for Belarus.

In turn, Georgia means great opportunities for Belarus. Investments in that country mean low duties, low level of corruption and high doing business rating. Giorgi Margvelashvili thanks the Belarusian President for friendship.

By the way, he is a young politician, only 48, and has been President of Georgia since November 2013.Supporting the course of the government of Mikheil Saakashvili for rapprochement with the United States and Western Europe, Giorgi Margvelashvili has always been a consistent supporter of the independent cultural policy of sovereign Georgia, the preservation and development of the Georgian language. Now these directions are also in priority.

It would seem that the countries are looking in different directions. But Belarus' participation in the Eurasian Economic Union on the one hand and the implementation by Georgia of the Association Agreement with the EU on the other could be profitable.

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Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia:
We have the opportunity to gather here and work together for the benefit of our citizens. Such relations between Belarus and Georgia for many countries are an example. They look at us and say: 'That's how people can work!' Not for the benefit of some theoretical interests, but for the benefit of citizens: an ordinary resident of Minsk and an ordinary resident of Tbilisi.

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