Jordan and Georgia have agreed to boost bilateral cooperation and raise the volume of trade, according to the ministry of Industry and Trade.
During the Jordanian-Georgian Economic Forum, Minister of Industry and Trade Hani Mulqi on Saturday gave a detailed briefing on the Kingdom’s economic reforms, including updating legislations and propping up the business and investment environment.
Mulqi briefed Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri on the “positive” outcome of meetings between businessmen from both countries, which would help boost bilateral commercial ties and investment opportunities.
The minister also discussed with Georgia’s ministers of economy, health, transport, agriculture and labour ways and means of boosting ties and agreed on practical and effective mechanisms for upgrading the trade volume and investment.
Also on the agenda were cooperation in health and medical tourism fields as well as opening a direct air route between the two countries’ capitals.
Mulqi extended invitations to the Georgian ministries to visit the Kingdom to take a first-hand look at available business opportunities and hold meetings with their Jordanian counterparts and sign agreements in various fields.