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Georgian PM met with Egyptian counterpart2010-01-20 12:30
Nikoloz Gilauri, the Prime Minister of Georgia, held meeting with Ahmed Nazif, his Egyptian counterpart, in the course of his visit to Egypt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the State Chancellery press service, the sides discussed economic projects and investment environment in Georgia.
After the meeting Gilauri said the projects they discussed were very interesting. They imply possible export of Georgian wine and mineral water to Egypt, cooperation in energy sphere.
The PM added that with his Egyptian counterpart he spoke on prospects of Egyptian companies participating in construction of hydro energy plants in Georgia, projects of new transit highways to connect Egypt and Central Asia.
Gilauri will also hold negotiations with with Muhammad Hosni Mubarak, the President of Egypt; Fayza Aboel Naga, the Minister of International Cooperation; and Ahmed Aboul Gheit, the Foreign Minister of Egypt. He will also attend a Georgian-Egyptian business forum.