Georgia’s Deputy Economy Minister Genadi Arveladze on Tuesday said development of “quality infrastructure” was a “priority” for the Government.
Arveladze said the Government’s efforts were aiming to enable domestic producers to bring products to the European Union countries or increase their existing exports, thus gaining access to the “high-purchasing” market on the basis of developments to the existing infrastructure.
He made the comment while featuring in the final conference of the twinning project Strengthening Georgian Accreditation System with the Focus on EU Technical Regulations, with the event highlighting the positive results of the project and its benefits for the Georgian accreditation system.
The Deputy Minister pointed out the project had allowed the Georgian Accreditation Centre to join the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation and International Accreditation Forum.
The meeting also saw addresses from the German Ambassador Ernst Peter Fischer, Italian Ambassador Enrico Valvo and Dominik Papenheim, the Team Leader at the EU Delegation to Georgia.