Ambassador: Georgia market is always open to Armenian agricultural products
Friday, November 11The Minister of Agriculture of Armenia, Ignati Arakelyan, on Wednesday met with newly appointed Georgian Ambassador Giorgi Saganelidze.
The minister expressed satisfaction with the high level of the Armenian-Georgian relations, and expressed the hope that they will be continued, the Ministry of Agriculture informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.
“There are ample opportunities and still-unused great potential between the two countries in agriculture sector,” noted Arakelyan. “And measures need to be taken toward further enhancing bilateral cooperation.”
Stressing that the Georgian market is always open to Armenian agricultural products, Ambassador Saganelidze, for his part, assured that he will do his utmost—during his tenure—to deepen bilateral relations in this domain, and to expand and strengthen Armenian-Georgian business ties.
At the ensuing talk, the diplomat invited Ignati Arakelyan to visit Georgia, to get familiarized on location with the agriculture sector of the neighboring country.
In response, the Agricultural Minister of Armenia asked the ambassador to convey to his Georgian counterpart his invitation to visit Armenia. (news.am)