The Business Chamber of Asian and Gulf Countries opened a representative office in Delhi, India.
On August 15
, India’s Independence Day, the First Vice President of the Business Chamber of Asian and Gulf Countries, Mr. David Tsirdava and the Deputy Chairman of the Investment Committee, Mr. Zurab Chinchaladze visited Delhi. On this remarkable day, the new representative office of the Business Chamber in Delhi has been opened. Honorary Consul of BCAGC, Uttam Singhal, represents the Business Chamber in India, which has been actively working to strengthen business ties between Georgia and India over the past year. We are pleased to inform you that the representative office of the Business Chamber of Asian and Gulf Countries will host you in India at the following address: 1110, Pearls Omaxe Tower, Netaji Subash Place Pitampura, Delhi -110034; Phone: +91-11-27357591-96; +91-9312231211.
We remind you that on June 14 of this year, the “India-Gulf Business Summit” was held in Abu Dhabi, organized by ET EDGE, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Mabarak Al-Nahyan and with the support of the Business Chamber of the Asian and Gulf Countries. Accordingly, the relationship between BCAGC and India is evolving day by day. Also, it should be noted that direct flights between Georgia and India have been restored and the delegation of the Business Chamber left for India on one of the first flights. Resumption of direct flights will facilitate tourist and business visits between the two countries.
We hope that the opening of the representative office of the Business Chamber of Asian and Gulf countries in Delhi will be an important step forward towards the deepening of business, trade, friendly and cultural relations between India and Georgia.