Published on : Tuesday, April 16, 2019
To speed up the promotion of bilateral tourism, Romania and Georgia agreed on Monday to speed up the promotion of bilateral tourism development by tapping the potential of cooperation between the two countries.
Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said in a joint statement with her visiting Georgian counterpart Mamuka Bakhtadze that they agreed to regularly hold meetings of the Joint Commission to fully capitalize on the existing potential.
Tourism is a sector of high development potential between the two nations.
Dancila said connectivity in its entirety be it business-to-business relations, to tourism, to inter-personal contacts in general, is an important element that they should be further supporting.
The Culture Ministry of Romania and the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia after the meetings of the two heads of government signed a cultural cooperation agreement.
The present stage and the prospects for the cooperation in major sectors like the transport, energy and trade was reviewed.
The Georgian Prime Minister mentioned that it was important for the two countries. To intensify the economic relations and create some opportunities for cooperation between Romania’s Constanta port and the ports of Georgia.
Romania long with Central Asian countries like Georgia, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan will be working to establish the Caspian_Black Sea transport corridor. This will be extending eastward to China and will become the shortest transport route that will connect China and Europe.