The Ambassador of Georgia to Mauritius, His Excellency Mr Beka Dvali, with residence in Pretoria, South Africa, paid a courstesy visit to the Secretary-General of the MCCI, Mr. Raju Jaddoo, on Monday 20 April 2015.
His Excellency Mr. Beka Dvali expressed the wish that there is more collaboration between the business people of both countries. He said that the economy of Georgia had done good progress after 1995 with the assistance received from the World Bank and IMF. One of the chief goals of the economic policy of the Georgian Government is to promote the development of private entrepreneurship by creating a favourable business climate.
He was of the view that there could be more exchanges between the two countries.
Mr. Raju Jaddoo was of the view that the private sector organizations of both countries could collaborate so as to facilitate contacts and develop new business opportunities. He highlighted the fact that as Mauritian citizens do not need a visa to enter Georgia, business people should be encouraged to develop further their relations between the two countries.