The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, met with the Chairman and Honorary President of Sanko Holding, Zeki Konukoglu, Head of the Energy Department of the Union of Turkish Exchanges and Chambers of Commerce.
The head of government talked to the chairman of the board of directors of “Sanko Holding” about the favourable business environment in the country.
According to the Prime Minister, the creation of a special economic zone in Georgia, considering the country’s strategic location and the existing favourable business environment, makes Georgia an economic hub. It was noted that the government is working to turn Georgia into a multifunctional regional hub, and the initial strategy document has already been developed.
It was said at the meeting that Georgia occupies a leading position in the rankings of a number of influential international analytical organizations, and as a result of the correct policy of the Georgian government, the economy began to recover rapidly in the post-pandemic period.
The head of government noted that Georgia had signed free trade agreements with the European Union and China, as well as with countries in the region, which allows Georgia free access to many major markets.
Sanko Holding is the largest Turkish company operating in 11 different sectors. Among them, the company produces textiles, building materials and renewable energy—Sanko Holding Company export to more than 100 countries and has branches in many countries worldwide.
The meeting held at the Government Administration was attended by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to Georgia Fatma Jeren Yazgan and the Advisor of “Sanko Holding” Jemal Arik.