A dialogue was held with business entities from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, the Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, China and India. The parties discussed all the fundamental issues necessary for the establishment of bilateral trade and economic relations.
Within the framework of the meetings, the First Vice-President of Business Chamber of Asian & Gulf Countries focused on the investment climate, export and trade opportunities of Georgia.
According to Davit Tsirdava, the First Vice-President of the Business Chamber (BCAGC
), large-scale events of this type should be used in a purposeful and thorough way, so that the advantages of Georgia in terms of doing business can be heard from all possible platforms.
We are glad that our organization successfully continues to promote Georgia at the international level and also expands business relations around common interests.
The Business Chamber would like to thank the organizers of the business conference, the Ministry of Investment and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia for the excellent event, invitation and outstanding hospitality.