Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova have signed an agreement to create a unified economic zone and reach a free trade agreement, APA reports citing Georgia Today.
The agreement was signed by heads of GUAM member states in the Summit held in Ukraine's capital Kyiv.
"This is another step forward, which aims to create a unified economic zone that will allow these states to trade freely with each other. [Free trade] is a priority for Georgia. Our country enjoys a free trade regime with many states and this is an important issue for us,” said Irakli Chikovani, the PM’s spokesman.