Georgia To Expand Transit And Trade Relations With Afghanistan

27 Nov 2016

MEP: Georgian President during a meeting with Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said that his country is ready to cooperate in the fields of trade and transit ties with Afghanistan.

President Ghani on Saturday afternoon left for Turkmenistan’s Ashgabat and held talks with Giorgi Margvelashvili, Georgian President.

Both sides discussed various issues of bilateral cooperation and further strengthen relations between the two countries.

Ghani said that relations between Afghanistan and Georgia is deeper than ever before and thanked the government and its people for cooperating Afghanistan in various fields, especially within the framework of Resolute Support Mission.

President of Georgia also assured from continued cooperation of his country’s strong support for Afghanistan.

He congratulated the inauguration of railway line of “Turkmenistan’s Imam Nazar and Afghanistan’s Aqena” to President Ghani and the Afghan people and described it inaugural an important step for the development of regional transit and trade connections.

Georgian President also said his country is ready to support Afghanistan in the context of multilateral relations of trade and transit cooperation as well as conjoining in the rehabilitation of the Lajawar that connects Asia to Europe open water.

Meanwhile, Mr Ghani called Georgia’s experience in the field of police reform, economic management and the fight against corruption as an important matter and urged Margvelashvili to use the most effective experiences in this field by cooperating Afghanistan.

The Georgian President also assured President Ghani that will help Afghanistan in this regard. He suggested that bilateral working group on economic sectors and transit, as well as justice and security to be established, to coordinate the search for better ways of working.

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