YEREVAN, August 22. /ARKA/. Armenia and Georgia plan to further develop positive trend of growing commodity turnover between the countries, Georgia’s premier Irakli Garibashvili said.
The premier said the close cooperation between the countries should be enhanced and his visit serves the purpose.
“We increased the trade turnover by 43% over the first six months of this year, which proves economic relations between our countries are developing, and we will continue our efforts”, Garibashvili said at a joint press conference with his Armenian colleague Hovik Abrahamyan on Thursday in Yerevan.
Armenia-Georgia foreign trade turnover amounted to $151.9mln in 2013, a 26.9% increase against the year before. –0--