Georgia and Qatar are strengthening trade and economic relations by signing two agreements on Mutual Support and Protection of Investments and on Economic, Trade and Technical Cooperation, the Georgian Government Administration announced on Tuesday.
The deals were signed following the meeting between Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, the Prime Minister and Interior Minister of Qatar, earlier today.
Garibashvili also met Mansoor Bin Ebrahim Al-Mahmoud, the Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Investment Authority, to discuss Georgia's investment environment and the country's prospects of becoming a financial hub.
PM Garibashvili and Mansoor Bin Ebrahim Al-Mahmoud, the Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Investment Authority. Photo: PM's press office
The meeting focused on economic, trade, and investment cooperation, with the parties committing to developing various investment projects.
Both meetings were held as part of the Qatar Economic Forum, running in Doha between Monday and Wednesday.