The Parliament of Georgia hosted a joint conference titled “Georgia – EU Association Objectives”, which was attended by EUGBC management and team members.
The main topic for discussion was the implementation of the Georgia-EU Association by the sectors. Representatives of EU and Eastern Partnership member countries and senior officials of the executive and legislative authorities of Georgia, member organizations of the National Platform, diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia and media representatives participated in above mentioned conference.
On December 11, 2017 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 EUGBC Projects Director, Giorgi Kacharava.
The Agenda included the following topics: Judicial reform, Law of Entrepreneurs, Insolvency Law, Injunction practice, Organic Law on the Agricultural land Ownership, as well as, Tourism board establishment
Members of EU-Georgia Business Council attended the fourth business conference in the scope of MEETING ROOM with the topic being “Capital Raising Alternatives for Agricultural Projects”, hosted by PASHA Bank Georgia.
MEETING ROOM brought together interested parties from public and private sectors to discuss major issues concerning the agricultural project management in Georgia.
The MEETING ROOM covered, among others, the following topics: overview of the agribusiness development in Georgia, capital raising options, insurance tools for the sector, specific considerations for financing agro-projects etc.
Regional President of BP in Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey, R. Gary Jones Participated in the “Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum 2017” as one of the key speakers of the Panel discussion titled Energy – Trans regional Opportunities (Oil, Gas and Electricity).
Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum 2017 opened by the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili. High rank officials representing foreign governments and international organization addressed the Forum participants. The Forum implied the high-rank discussions as well as the topical sessions and face-to-face meetings.
Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum was first held in 2015 and official delegations from 34 countries as well as business representatives from 50 countries participated in the event. The Forum will be a biannual event since it is a very significant and large-scale event.