A. წ. On July 5, at the Radisson Hotel, a roundtable discussion was held on the topic: "EU Open Market, Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) - Latvia Experience and Results".
Nino Elizbarashvili, President of the International Association "Woman and Business" opened the round table. The participants were greeted by: Ada Nardaia - EU Delegation to Georgia - DCFTA Advisor, Giorgi Chitadze - Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Head of the Coordination Division for Trade Negotiations and Implementation of Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements with the EU Gogolashvili - Chairman of the Eastern Partnership National Civil Society Forum and Director of the Center for European Studies, Member of the FAP CSO Steering Committee National Chair of the Platform.
The purpose of the round table was to approximate the requirements of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA), promote export and increase competitiveness, share entrepreneurship, European and international standards and Latvia experience, raise public awareness and ways to address them. Exchange and deepen cooperation.
Representatives of the partner countries addressed the meeting: Eduards Filipov - Chairman of the Board of the Latvian Business Association, Valentin Chubotaru - Executive Director of the Moldovan NGO BIOS, Zia Guliev - Member of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum .
Also, Irma Khvedeliani - Executive Director of the Georgian Hazelnut Processors and Exporters Association (HEPA).
The discussion at the round table was attended by governmental and non-governmental organizations in the relevant field, Georgian and foreign experts and specialists.
The project is funded by the European Union and supported by the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum, in partnership with the Latvian Business Association Latvijas Biznesa savienība, the Center for Strategic and Analytical Studies of Azerbaijan @ssraipu and NGO BIOS in partnership with the Moldovan Business Organization.