On October 30, 2017, Secretary General of EU-Georgia Business Council, Mr. Zviad Chumburidze hosted delegation of the Senate of the Republic of Ireland, chaired by Mr. Denis O’Donovan, Chairman of the Senate. The meeting was attended by Charge d’Affaires, a.i. at the Republic of Ireland, Mr. Gia Zurabashvili, as well as, the First Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of EUGBC, Mr. Badri Japaridze.
During the meeting the sides discussed issues related to the existing bilateral co-operation between the two countries and perspectives of implementing future economic projects.
Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the EU – Georgia Business Council and Tbilisi State University. According to the agreement, students and graduates from TSU’s Faculty of Business and Economics will undergo internship courses in EUGBC and will take part in organizing process of present and future projects.
Memorandum also foresees bilateral cooperation in educational issues, which involves conducting of thematic lectures on important issues by EUGBC, including trade with Europe. Continue reading
Working meeting between the V4 Countries’ (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) Ambassadors to Georgia and EUGBC Secretary General held on October 18, 2017 at the Hungarian Embassy in Tbilisi.
During the meeting were discussed organizational issues related to the conference titled “V4 Countries and Georgia – Economic cooperation development perspectives” to be held on November 16, 2017 in Tbilisi.
On October 9, EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) Board of Directors and representatives of EUGBC member companies met Viktor Dolidze, State Minister of Georgia on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.
At the meeting the State Minister informed representatives of business circles about the ongoing reforms in Georgia for the implementation of the obligations under the Association Agreement. The prospects and other related issues were discussed at the meeting as well.
Members of EUGBC introduced Mr. Dolidze the views of the business sector with respect to these reforms and the perspectives of the European market.
Attendees emphasized that maximizing communication between the Government and business in this process is of utmost importance. Continue reading