The Prime Minister of Moldova congratulates Georgia's citizens on the coming into force of EU visa waiver, Pavel Filip told Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili at today's meeting.
The parties discussed prospects of deeper trade and economic cooperation between the countries and expressed hope that the Georgia-Moldova business forum and the meeting of the Intergovernmental Economic Commission, which are scheduled for the nearest future, will boost this process.
According to Giorgi Kvirikashvili, the Government of Georgia welcomes Moldova's interest in sharing Georgia's experience in successful reforms in a variety of fields.
The Prime Minister of Moldova invited his Georgian counterpart to Moldova. During the meeting, Pavel Filip reaffirmed Moldova's strong support for Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty.
H.E. Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia will visit Moldova by the official invitation of H.E. Pavel Filip, Prime Minister of Moldova made at a bilateral meeting in New York.
Parties expressed readiness to further deepen bilateral relations between the two countries. Discussions were also related to the advancement of trade and economic relations, along with the prospects of cooperation in the sector of tourism. Prime Ministers have agreed to hold the first meeting of the Inter-Governmental Economic Commission of the two countries, which is expected to take place early next year.
Prime Minister of Moldova expressed his keen interest in sharing Georgia's experience of successfully implemented reforms. Georgian Government welcomes this initiative. Prime Minister Kvirikashvili confirmed his willingness to support his Moldavian colleague in this process. Heads of Governments in both countries deem the current cooperation of Ministries of Interior, Justice and Agriculture to be productive and fruitful, as in other areas of interaction.
Prime Minister of Georgia expressed his gratitude to the Prime Minister of Moldova for his support towards the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia.