Georgian delegation attended Sokar reception in Davos
Georgian delegation was invited to the special reception held by the Sokar Oil Company within the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday. One of the topical issues of discussion at the event was the projects planned and implemented by the oil giant in Georgia. The company president Rovnag Abdulaev emphasized the cooperation with Georgian government and its work in the country. `Our company has close cooperation with Georgia. Along with other successful projects, within the first phase of the Nabucco project (a new gas bridge from Asia to Europe and the flagship project in the Southern Corridor), we`ll supply gas to Turkey via Georgia. This will increase the volume of transit on Georgian territory,` Sokar President said. At the end of the meeting, Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri also delivered a speech hailing Georgia`s cooperation with the company.
Russia`s chief sanitarian doctor, Genady Onishchenko has made yet another statement on the visit of his inspectors to Georgia. The visit was delayed due to the fact that the Georgian side sent documents of 12 more wine maker companies to the Russian side, which need to be considered.
The Georgian PM also said the process of restoring Ishkhani and Oshki on the territory of Turkey will be observed by Georgian experts. While the Georgian party promised Turkey to take care of Turkish monuments in Georgia.
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Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has paid one-day official visit to Turkey on February 14. During today`s visit PM Ivanishvili met with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Parliamentary Speaker Cemil Çiçek.
New reduced tariff of natural gas will be enforced from spring 2013. The government reduces the tariff with 0,05 GEL and it will cost 0,46 GEL. The final decision on tariff reduction will be announced by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources next week.