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Will TAV-Georgia Remain at Tbilisi and Batumi Airports Until 2037?

Published: August 1, 2013 | 8:21 am
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Talks are ongoing between the Turkish company and the Ministry of the Economy. A spokesman for TAV-Georgia has told TV3 that the company’s lawyers have made several amendments to the contract which they received from the Ministry. According to him, the contract has been passed on to the Ministry of the Economy, and the company will not be making a more detailed comment at this stage. The Minister of the Economy Giorgi Kvirikashvili has stated that the next meeting between the two sides will take place in a few days. The talks are expected to achieve certain results, one way or the other. Whether or not a second runway will be constructed at the Tbilisi Airport, and in what form the relations between the State and TAV-Georgia will continue, will depend on the outcome of the talks.

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