The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, is gearing up to pay an official visit to Romania later this month.
It was decided PM Garibashvili would visit Romania during the special meeting between Georgian and Romanian Foreign Ministers, held in Tbilisi yesterday.
PM Garibashvili met with Bogdan Aurescu personally today and discussed the details of his future visit. It was noted the Garibashvili would travel to Romania on February 27.
Among the topics to be discussed during Garibashvili’s visit are Georgian-Romania bilateral relations, especially in the economic field.
More specifically, the Georgian PM will talk about the resumption of a ferry service between Black Sea coastal cities Batumi and Constanta, and emphasize the importance of strengthening Georgia’s role as a transport corridor for European states.