Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili had a meeting today with Ebru Ozdemir, the Chairperson of Limak, one of the larger Turkish companies. The discussion involved Georgia’s investment potential, and the opportunities offered by Georgia to investors were emphasized.
One of the main topics of the meeting was tourism development in Georgia. It was stated that Georgia is an attractive destination, as evidenced by the growing numbers of visitors.
In this context, the dialogue also touched on the importance of the implementation of planned projects.
Tourism and energy are the main directions pursued by Limak. The company implements projects involving the construction and operation of airports and highways. The company also owns a chain of hotels in Turkish resorts.