We believe that through close communication and cooperation between China and Georgia, we will be able to prevent and control the epidemic, – Li Yan, the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Georgia said at a special press conference held today.
As the Chinese ambassador noted, Georgia has taken some temporary measures to prevent the outbreak, including suspension of direct flights and live animals’ import ban.
“The epidemic has already had some negative impacts on China-Georgia traffic, visits and import-export, and it may also affect the pace of current large-scale transport infrastructure projects. China will continue to maintain close communication and cooperation with the international community, including Georgia, to defeat the epidemic in the shortest possible time. We once again call on the Georgian side to carefully review the already taken temporary restrictive measures in order to minimize the possible damage in cooperation between China and Georgia in various fields”, – Ambassador said.
See all the news
Studying Abroad Costs Georgian Students €10,000–15,000
Franco Frattini - Georgia, straying from the rule of law
Letter to the Newsweek Editor: 'Russia Determined to Wield Power in Georgia'
Caspiannews: Georgia’s Actions to Seize Foreign Company Disrupt Telecommunications Corridor Between Europe & Asia
Turkish cable manufacturer Koc Kablo has opened its first factory in Georgia
TBC Bank announces management change
Oil prices fall further on virus fears, U.S. crude stock build
Update on Shuakhevi HPP
Turkey to open doors to 31 countries for health tourism
Statement by Andrius Kubilius on the EU assistance for Georgia
Wine sales have increased 5 times in the UK - Georgian-British startup
Visa informed banks of the mechanism to process transactions with expired cards
Russian Church, which priest tested positive for coronavirus is closed for several days
S&P: Georgia Heads Toward Recession
Gurian Tea "Gamarjoba" will Appear on the Market from September
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson moved to intensive care
Georgian economy grows 2.2% in February
NBG: in 2019 the current account deficit reached its historical minimum
First-Stage Land Usage Permit for APM Terminals Poti
www.stopcov.ge is accessible in minority languages