“Sincerely speaking, I didn't expect how our Georgian colleagues had done things. This is why I tell you without any flattery: you've pleasantly surprised me, you are great people in this regard, and it is likely that a great future awaits you,” stressed the Belarusian leader.
According to the company's management, one of their cognac spirits has been kept in storage since 1893. It is considered a national treasure, however, visiting dignitaries are allowed to sample it. Alexander Lukashenko and Giorgi Margvelashvili appreciated the taste of the mature beverage.
The framework cooperation agreement between Belarus and Georgia was signed following the talks of the two leaders in Tbilisi. The document was signed by Presidents Alexander Lukashenko and Giorgi Margvelashvili.
The Belarusian president's visit to Georgia will last through 23 March. Alexander Lukashenko and Georgia President Giorgi Margvelashvili will discuss the current state and prospects of the trade and economic cooperation.