Priority areas of the bilateral cooperation between Georgia and Azerbaijan in various transport sectors were discussed during a meeting between Levan Davitashvili, the Georgian Economy Minister, and Rashad Nabi oglu Nabiyev, the Minister of Digital Development and Transport of the Republic of Azerbaijan, on Monday.
The sides noted “coordinated cooperation” between the countries facilitated the process of attracting cargo in the Europe-Asia transport corridor, which “ultimately has a positive effect on the economies of both countries,” the Georgian Economy Ministry said.
The importance of holding joint presentations on various regional and international platforms, participating in profile exhibitions and carrying out other activities was also emphasised at the meeting.
Davitashvili and Nabiyev additionally talked about the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway and the protocol Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Kazakhstan signed over the efforts of the countries to jointly develop the transport corridor, the Ministry announced.
The increasing dynamics of containers transported via the BTK railway were also stressed during the discussion, with the two officials reviewing cooperation in the fields of communication and information technologies as well.