According to the Ukrainian Business & Trade Association (UBTA), the head of the organization will be Taras Kachka — deputy minister of the economy of Ukraine.
During the visit, it is planned to hold meetings with representatives of business associations of Georgia, the ministry of economy and sustainable development of Georgia. Moreover, the improvement of the international partnership will be achieved through meetings with the National Agency for Standardization and Metrology of Georgia, the management of the seaport of Poti.
Today, Georgia is a net importer of almost all product groups. In 2020, imports exceed exports 2,5 times and amounted to more than $6 billion. In addition, this country has a huge transit potential for Ukrainian goods going to Central and Southeast Asia and the Middle East. That is why the topic of the visit is the intensification of bilateral economic cooperation.
According to the Ukrainian Business & Trade Association, liberal taxation in Georgia makes it possible to create joint ventures to increase export opportunities for Ukrainian goods. Moreover, the free trade zone with China provides an opportunity to expand exports of domestic goods to countries in these regions.
UBTA invites Ukrainian businessmen to join the Ukrainian delegation and take the opportunity to increase their presence in the country's market, improving Georgia's export opportunities.