from 20.11.2015

Andrei Kobyakov met with Chairman of the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara

Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov offers to supply a wide range of Adjara passenger, utility and road-construction machinery. He said this today at a meeting with Chairman of the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara (Georgia) Archil Habadze.

Speaking about the prospects of cooperation, Andrei Kobyakov noted that in Adjara, particularly in Batumi, great attention is paid to development of infrastructure, especially - tourism. In this regard, the Prime Minister stressed: "We are ready to offer our possibilities of deliver to Adjara wide range of passenger, utility, road-building machinery. Minsk Automobile Plant went to the production of buses to natural gas, it would be important for the resort area."

The Prime Minister also offered cooperation in the construction industry. "We have an organization that can build the most complex objects, and can be said to turnkey, even from the design phase, construction and subsequent to delivery of the finished object", - he stated, noting the success of Belarus in the production of construction and finishing materials.

According to Andrei Kobyakov, it is necessary to develop and strengthen mutual deliveries of food, which, first of all, we should define the specific economic operators who will be engaged in this issue.

"We have a good opportunity exists for the development of industrial cooperation", - the Prime Minister noted. He called one of the areas of co-production of elevators. "We know that it takes a major update elevator Park (both in Georgia and Ajaria) and equipment of the new objects that you build," - he said.

As well as other areas the Prime Minister outlined the cooperation in the training of qualified specialists. Belarus has preserved a good higher school for training in the field of industry, agriculture, medicine, etc.

The Belarusian head of Government expressed confidence that the visit will contribute to a more active implementation of the agreements which have been reached during the official visit of President of Belarus to Georgia this spring. "We believe that the volume of bilateral trade with Georgia, which we have - $ 64 million at the end of 2014 - is very small, and the potential of our economies could generate much more," - said Andrei Kobyakov.

Currently, Belarus Business Forum takes place, which allows the Belarusian and Georgian business plan for the implementation of new joint projects. "I hope that it will be effective", - said Andrei Kobyakov.

In turn, Archil Habadze also stressed the importance of passing in Minsk business forum and thanked the Belarusian side for the warm welcome.​


Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus