Georgia and Romania discuss economic cooperation
Georgian and Romanian Prime Ministers Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Sorin Grindeanu held a meeting in Romania to discuss the economic cooperation between the two countries.
An event dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Georgia-Romania diplomatic relations was held at the Diplomatic Club in Bucharest yesterday.
"I am convinced that our cooperation will contribute to consolidate prosperity, peace, and stability in this region. We have discussed today how to upgrade our relations to a strategic level. I am sure that with concerted efforts from both sides we can achieve this ambitious goal”, Agenda.ge cited Grindeanu as saying.
Kvirikashvili said that Romania, which "has been playing a vital role in Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic integration”, is ready to be Georgia's partner in the implementation of bilateral and regional projects.
Kvirikashvili underlined that he hopes that Georgia and Romania will use the existing opportunities to develop and intensify their bilateral economic relations.
"We both are a window to regions, markets, cultures and that is our role, our identity, our strategy, and our foreign policy. So let's do our best to facilitate this rapprochement of the two worlds,” he added.