Bangladesh is keen to enhance trade ties with Georgia especially in pharmaceuticals, ready-made garments, and agro products and ceramics sectors.
New Delhi based Georgian Ambassador to Bangladesh Archil Dzuliashvili has shown the interest when he called on Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen at the latter’s office in the city, a press release said on Sunday, reports BSS.During the meeting, the foreign minister expressed satisfaction over the existing bilateral relations and stressed on further strengthening it by expanding areas of cooperation between the two countries.
Momen briefed the envoy about the recent development of Rohingya issue and sought Georgia’s support in this regard.
The ambassador agreed to initiate agro cooperation between Bangladesh and the East European nation.
They also discussed on elections of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and International Organisation for Migration (IMO).