Kobalia: Free Trade Agreement with the EU is also important for the Georgian peasants
According to the head of Georgian economic department Vera Kobalia, a free trade agreement between Georgia and the EU, which may be signed in the foreseeable future, will be important not only for the country as a whole, but also will change the lives of Georgian farmers and peasants. According to "Business-Georgia", Kobalia announced this position yesterday in an interview.
According to Kobalia, after Georgia reaches the agreement on free trade with the EU, the export of Georgian products to these countries will increase. "Today, Europe buys 22 percent of our products. This agreement will be very important for our farmers and peasants. They will have the opportunity to send their products to the European market", the Minister underlined.