The agreement on cooperation between Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia approved
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has signed a decree approving cooperation agreements between the Georgian, Azeri and Armenian Interior Ministries, "Georgia News" reported with reference to the "Journal of Laws of Georgia."
The documents were signed October 20, 2011. They provide law enforcement cooperation in operational and investigative work, as well as exchange of information.
And December 20, after a meeting of the Georgian-Azerbaijani intergovernmental commission, held in Tbilisi, it was decided to establish a regional center of the transport corridor between Asia and Europe. Prime Minister Nika Gilauri announced this after the meeting, "Armenia Today" reported.
"Our countries are becoming oil and gas hub of highways and railways, connecting Asia and Europe and it contributes to our development", the edition quoted Gilauri's words.
Georgian Prime Minister once again noted that Georgia and Azerbaijan have very good relations that is primarily manifested in the ongoing joint regional projects aimed at improving the state of the population of both countries, the Rosbalt reported.