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Presidents of Georgian and Turkish Chambers of Commerce and Industry meet in Istanbul

Published: October 17, 2013 | 3:57 pm
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The President of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kakha Baindurashvili is on an official visit to Istanbul, where he has met the President of the Turkish CCI Union and Stock Markets Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu. The issues discussed during the meeting included the strengthening of the ties between the two countries’ chambers of commerce and industry, and the need to resolve all issues relevant to the activities of Turkish businessmen in Georgia, and of Georgian businessmen in Turkey. Another topic of discussion concerned the long queues at the Sarpi customs and border crossing on the Turkish side, which have a negative impact on Georgian couriers and small manufacturers. According to Mr. Hisarcıklıoğlu, Turkey acknowledges the existence of the problem, and has already began working on the construction of additional exit points which will eliminate the problem of queues on the Turkish side of the Sarpi customs and border crossing. According to the agreement reached between the two CCI presidents, the sides will exchange representatives in order to effectively coordinate the resolution of issues relevant to the private sector.

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