Azerbaijani and Georgian ports sign MoU

Azerbaijani and Georgian ports sign MoU
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  • calendar-gray 28 November 2017

Georgia’s Anaklia Deep Sea Port and Azerbaijan’s Baku International Sea Trade Port have today signed a memorandum of understanding in Tbilisi.


APA’s Georgia bureau reports that the document was signed by Levan Akhvlediani, CEO of the Anaklia Development Consortium, and Taleh Ziyadov, Director General of Baku International Sea Trade Port.


Anaklia port and Kazakhstan’s Kurik port also signed an analogical document.


The agreements aim at development of Trans-Caspian corridor and creation of competitive terms for transportation of loads after completion of Anaklia port.



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