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Ukrainian Minister Visits Batumi Sea Port

Ukrainian minister visits Batumi Sea Port

Source: Batumi International Container Terminal LLC
Batumi, Georgia (PortSEurope) April 23, 2021 – First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Dmitry Abramovich, has visited the Georgian Black Sea port of Batumi and held discussions with operator Batumi Sea Port LLC. Also present were Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Guram Guramishvili, and Head of the Georgian Maritime Transport Agency Tamar Ioseliani. During the visit, the parties were informed
about the current state of cargo transshipment through the port of Batumi, the specifics of work during the global Covid-19 pandemic, and the issues of improving transit across the Black Sea, particularly, an increase in the number of ferry traffic and the frequency of movement of container ships between Ukraine and Georgia were discussed. The Ukrainian delegation was in Georgia to visit various transport businesses as seeks to develop cooperation between the two countries, and progress with transport corridors such as TRACECA and the Trans-Caspian Transport Route (TMTM). BSP is operated by KazTransOil JSC, a subsidiary of Kazakhstan’s national oil and gas company JSC NC KazMunaiGaz. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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