Georgia begins exporting wine to China’s major port city Dalian

TBILISI(BPI)-Georgia will soon begin exporting wine to one of China’s major port cities, Dalian.

Georgian Wine Company (GWC) signed a Memorandum with Dalian Free Trade Zone today to solidify the deal.

Prior to the signing ceremony, Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili met with some of the leaders of the city.

Garibashvili said Georgia already enjoyed positive relations with China but he hoped to forge deeper cooperation in the future, stated the Prime Minister’s press service.

The volume of Georgian wine to be exported to Dalian was not specified.

On another note, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between Dalian city and the Adjara Autonomous Republic of Georgia.

Adjara Autonomous Republic of Georgia signed a cooperation memorandum with China’s major port city Dalian. Photo by Prime Minister’s webpage.

The document envisaged strengthening bilateral relations in the fields of economy, agriculture, healthcare, education, tourism and urban management.

These meetings were part of the World Economic Forum, currently being held in Dalian, China. The international conference began on September 9 and will be end on September 13.