YEREVAN. – Armenia and Georgia plan to increase trade turnover volume to $1 billion, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said after his meeting with Georgian counterpart Mamuka Bakhtadze who is on an official visit to Yerevan.
According to Nikol Pashinyan, they had a very important discussion and the parties set very ambitious goals.
“The relations between Armenia and Georgia are brilliant. The task is to bring the economic component in line with the level of political relations and relations between the two nations,” Pashinyan said.
During the meeting, the sides discussed a range of issues related to transportation, economy and politics. As a result of the visit, the sides are going to give a new impetus to the relations in different areas.
“Georgian PM presented an ambitious program, and we fully support it, namely to increase trade turnover to $1 billion,” Pashinyan said, adding that a meeting of Armenian-Georgian interstate commission will be held in the near future.
During the meeting the sides will have to set a task to draw a roadmap for the development of economic, political, humanitarian and cultural ties.
“We can state that with each visit the relations are rising to a new level,” Pashinyan said, recalling that personal relations between cabinet members are no less important from the point of view of strengthening interstate relations.