On October 9, key issues of Turkmen-Georgian cooperation were discussed online at the level of foreign ministries. The consultations were headed by V. Khadzhiev (deputy foreign minister, Turkmenistan) and A. Khvtisiashvili (deputy foreign minister, Georgia).
The parties exchanged views on the successes and prospects of interaction between countries in the economic, trade, political and cultural spheres. To intensify cooperation between the Foreign Ministries, it was agreed to draw up partnership programs and improve the legal framework.
The meeting noted the productivity of Turkmen-Georgian cooperation in the international format, particularly within the framework of participation in the UN. The diplomats emphasized the unity of positions on the promotion of peace, security and stability in the countries of Central Asia and around the world.
In order to establish trade relations between the countries, the sides agreed to strengthen the work of the Intergovernmental Turkmen-Georgian Commission on Economic Cooperation. Joint projects such as the following have a positive impact on the development of relations in this area "Lapis Lazuli Corridor". Diplomats discussed the prospects of using seaports, introducing modern technologies, and improving customs regulations.