The Georgia-UAE Partnership: Creating a Shared Future in an Inconsistent World

The Georgia-UAE Partnership: Creating a Shared Future in an Inconsistent World

  • 10 April 2018

Last year Georgia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) celebrated the 25th anniversary of their establishment of diplomatic relations. Throughout this period, both countries have developed historical ties and intensified trade and economic relations. Georgia’s integration into the world’s liberal markets and its geostrategic location attracts investments from the UAE. The Black Sea and Caucasus region are important for transregional and transcontinental cooperation. Georgia provides access to the Black Sea to 8 landlocked countries out of 14 on the Eurasian continent and serves as a gateway between Europe and Asia and crossroad for international transit routes.

Both Georgia and the UAE are unique, as they play significant roles in trade and economic partnerships as regional centers for economic cooperation. Despite their geographical distance, both countries should explore new opportunities in all areas of mutual interest.

Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili will offer his views on the challenges and future perspectives for transregional partnership and the importance of accelerating joint efforts to invest in new cooperation mechanisms, creating a shared future in our inconsistent world.

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Tuesday 10 April 2018

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Tuesday 10 April 2018

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