Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkiye, and Armenia have held talks on the coordinated and flawless transportation of goods, Report’s Georgian bureau informs, citing the Georgian government administration.
According to the information, the talks were coordinated by Georgia.
During the discussion at the meeting of the Economic Council chaired by Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, it was stated that there were no delays in the transportation of goods by Georgia. It was noted that some shortcomings in this direction are related to the infrastructure on the opposite side, and the issue of the Lars customs checkpoint is due to repair work.
The sides also settled issues related to the transportation of perishable goods.