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“EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) is carefully observing developments related to TBC Bank case.
Since EUGBC establishment in Brussels in 2006 , TBC bank has been one of the active members of the Council. During this period we are witnessed of crucial role of this company in the development of Georgian Banking Sector.
It should be emphasized that banking sector in Georgia is already well developed, which contributes to the improvement of Business Climate in the Country.
Therefore, we are confident, that investigation will be carried out transparently and Business Community shall have proper information about the process”.


Secretary General of EU-Georgia Business Council, Zviad Chumburidze held a working meeting with H.E. Ms. Kai Kaarelson, Ambassador of Estonia to Georgia.

During the meeting the sides talked about prospects of development of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries. They also expressed readiness to cooperate in possible future projects, such as promotion of temporary legal employment of Georgians in Estonia, as well as organizing Business Round Table in Tbilisi.

 

 


On December 19, Georgian Ambassadors met with representatives of Georgian business sector in Courtyard Marriott Hotel Tbilisi. The meeting was organized by EU-Georgia Business Council in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Davit Zalkaliani and Secretary General of the “EU-Georgia Business Council” Zviad Chumburidze addressed the participants with a welcome speech. Georgian Foreign Minister emphasized the importance of economic diplomacy and diplomatic corps in the country’s rapid economic development. He also drew attention to the unique possibilities Association Agreement with the EU gives to Georgia. David Zalkaliani also talked about Georgia’s close economic cooperation with other countries and underlined importance of Free Trade Agreement with China and active negotiations with India and United States in this regard.

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Tbilisi hosts 10th Annual Assembly of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) titled “Leading the Way Towards a Democratic European Future”. Executive Director,¬†Giorgi Kacharava presents EUGBC on the following assembly.
Within the three days event attendees discuss key issues for five Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Ukraine) such as Democracy, Human Rights; Good Governance and Stability, Social and Labour Policies and Social Dialogue; Environment, Climate Change and Energy Security etc