On September 22, 2017, EUGBC Secretary General, Ambassador Zviad Chumburidze held a meeting with H.E. Mr. Dursun Hasanov, Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Georgia. The sides discussed the ways of future cooperation for deepening bilateral economic relations between Georgia and Azerbaijan.

On September 11, 2017, Ambassador Zviad Chumburidze, EUGBC Secretary General, together with Shahin Mammadov, CEO of Pasha Bank in Georgia, held a meeting with H.E. Zeki Levent Gümrükçü, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Georgia. The sides discussed perspectives of future cooperation, including the possibility of implementing joint projects in the direction of deepening economic relations between the countries.

Secretary General of EU-Georgia Business Council, Zviad Chumburidze took part in the meeting of Investor Council, chaired by Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, held at the Administration of the Government. The meeting was attended by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of EUGBC, BP Country Director in Georgia, Chris Schlueter. As an invited guest, Mr. Schlueter made a speech on the following meeting.
Judicial reform, the initiative to form commercial chambers, the Law on Entrepreneurs, and other important issues concerning the private sector were discussed at today’s EBRD President Suma Chakrabarti, as part of his third visit to Georgia, also attended the meeting of the council. Giorgi Kvirikashvili emphasized the importance of EBRD’s engagement resulting so far in more than 200 projects implemented and about 3 billion euro invested. Continue reading

EUGBC Projects Director, Giorgi Kacharava took part at the Trade Advisory Group (TAG) meeting held on July 25, 2017 in Rooms hotel. The meeting was officially launched by Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable development, Genady Arveladze.

TAG is an advisory body under the Ministry of Economy and its function is to prepare proposals and relevant recommendations on trade issues. During the meeting the council elected a new chairman and discussed issues regarding free trade agreements with China and India. 
The Trade Advisory Group consists of 25 large and sectoral Business Associations.