Georgia-Azerbaijan Business Forum was organized by EU-Georgia Business Council, on 6th of March in Tbilisi.
General partners of the event were BP, SOCAR Energy Georgia, Pasha Bank, and partners – Kulevi Oil Terminal, Embawood, Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone and Luca Polare.
Ekaterine Mikabadze, First Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia participate in the business forum, as well as Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Georgia – Dursun Hasanov; BP Head of Country – Ann Davies, General Director of Socar Energy Georgia – Mahir Mamedov, Group CEO Caspian European Club/Caspian Energy – Telman Aliyev, Member of the Board of Directors, CRO of Pasha Bank Georgia – Asaf Huseynov, Chairman of “AZEBI” – Nariman Gurbanov, also representatives of Georgian-Azeri business companies from various sectors namely Energy, Oil and Gas, Banks, Investment Partners, Free industrial zones, Transport and Logistics, Food&Beverages, Industrial products&Construction, Legal Services&Consulting, Tourism&Hospitality, Medicine&Insurance, etc.
Within the framework of the forum, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between “EU-Georgia Business Council” (EUGBC) and Azerbaijani Businessmen’s Association (AZEBI).
The forum featured presentations by Georgian and Azerbaijani companies, who also presented specific investment projects that could be implemented jointly.
It should be emphasized that “EU-Georgia Business Council” in cooperation with Georgian and Azerbaijani partners, plans to hold the aforementioned forum annually, and it is scheduled to take place in Baku in 2021.
The main purpose of bilateral business forums is to promote the development of bilateral economic cooperation between Georgia and Azerbaijan.