Georgia-Canada improving economic relations

Georgia-Canada improving economic relations

Khatia Tsilosani the Deputy Minister of Environment and natural Resources Protection of Georgia met Michael Seaford, Regional Director of Business Development and Sales at the Canadian Commercial Corporation.

At the meeting two leaders discussed the prospects of future cooperation. Discussions focused on projects related to natural disaster and environmental, agricultural land management and monitoring, agricultural products, including dairy, cereal crops, aquaculture and livestock.

According to Michael Seaford he is responsible for creating new business opportunities for the Canadian industry in the Middle East and has expressed the desire to work on projects of agriculture and environment protection in Georgia.

Khatia Tsilosani talked about Georgia as the homeland of wine and discussed the export potential of Georgian wine and its realization in the Canadian market.

The Deputy Minister emphasized the priority of sustainable forest management for the country and informed the guest about the importance of forest sector reform.

According to Michael Seaford, Georgia is a strategic partner for Canada with great resources in terms of trade opportunities.

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