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Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on Thursday highlighted Georgia’s importance in developing the Middle Corridor, a logistics route connecting Central Asia and China to Europe, stressing that “the country is the gateway between Europe and Asia”.

In his comments to the media after the panel meeting, held on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Garibashvili said it was important to participate in today’s panel on the Dialogue on Diplomacy in the Western Balkans, where the developments of the Middle Corridor had been discussed.

The large projects, including the construction of Anaklia deep sea port on Georgia’s Black Sea coast, a new international airport in Tbilisi, as well as Georgia-initiated Black Sea submarine cable international project, were also part of the conversation, the PM added.

Source: Agenda

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