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.
Georgian wine may return to Russian market on New Year - Russia`s chief sanitarian Genady Onishchenko has said, adding there are no artificial obstructions for bringing wine and Georgian mineral water back to Russia.
Governmental holiday residences may soon be privatized - deputy minister of economics, Dimitri Kumsishvili announced after the session of the government today. He said that under the initiative of Prime Minister, al 16 residences will be either included in the list of the objects for privatization or given a different function.
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Secretary General of the United National Movement (UNM) of Georgia and former Interior Minister Mr. Ivane Merabishvili on his Facebook page has published a comment on the recent reports regarding the government`s plans to restore mandatory technical monitoring for passenger vehicles.
Russia`s chief sanitarian Genady Onishchenko says he is prepared for negotiations with Georgian wine maker companies for the return of their product to Russian markets. Onishchenko told Russian media that invitation would be sent to Georgian companies after the documents received from them are studied in details.