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Georgia may offer Kazakhstan site for wheat terminal

By Messenger Staff
Friday, February 5
Georgia’s Ambassador to Kazakhstan Paata Kalandadze has stated that Kazakhstan is looking to build a wheat terminal at one of the Black Sea ports and Georgia's ports are being considered. The issue may be discussed during Prime Minister Gilauri’s visit to Astana in March 2010.

Kalandadze thinks that Georgia’s transport infrastructure and the good partnership established between two countries could facilitate such a step. At the end of 2009 Kazakh Minister of Agriculture Akylbek Kurishbayev appealed to his Prime Minister Karim Massimov to build this terminal.