Georgian companies will have the opportunity to supply public agencies in European countries with their production, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Levan Davitashvili said on Monday.
According to him, this results from Georgia’s excellent fulfilment of the obligations defined by the Association Agreement.
“As you know, on July 22, the European Union published a decision on opening the EU market for Georgian companies. It results from Georgia’s excellent fulfilment of the obligations defined by the association plan. It is an important step forward regarding Georgia’s integration into the European economic space,” Minister said.