Transportation of goods through the Azerbaijani-Georgian border will be greatly accelerated, UN Resident Coordinator in Azerbaijan Ghulam Isaczai told reporters May 5.
Isaczai is taking part in a conference in Baku dedicated to the ‘Support to the development of the Red Bridge Border Crossing Point between Azerbaijan and Georgia’ project.
He said that this project is very important both for Azerbaijan and Georgia, as well as the European Union (EU).
‘Support to the development of the Red Bridge Border Crossing Point between Azerbaijan and Georgia’ is a joint project of the UN Development Programme and State Customs Committee of Azerbaijan. The project worth $3 million will be financed by the EU.