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Turkmen, Georgian officials exchange views on international transport corridors

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The representatives of Turkmenistan and Georgia held the videoconference meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan on April 1, EDNews reports citing AKIpress.

The Georgian side was headed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia A. Khvtisiashvili, including Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Deputy Minister of Finance and heads of agencies and companies.

Turkmen side was headed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, the Deputy Minister of Finance and Economics, representatives of the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Relations, as well as heads of several agencies and transport and logistics centers also attended the meeting.

During the video conference, the parties discussed the bilateral cooperation in the transport and transit sphere, as well as revitalization of the Caspian-Black Sea international transport corridor. The parties noted the possible use of a land plot in the port of Poti (Georgia). In addition, the parties discussed Georgia’s experience in washing and disinfecting trains arriving from abroad.

The meeting participants noted the importance of establishing mutually beneficial contacts in the field of logistics, the parties also exchanged views on pricing issues in the field of cargo transportation, customs duties, trade benefits, and settlements between the relevant departments.

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