BAKU, Azerbaijan, Might 27. New promising
initiatives have been launched with the participation of Azerbaijan
and Georgia, Azerbaijani Prime Minister Ali Asadov mentioned at an occasion
devoted to the Independence Day of Georgia, Pattern experiences.
Asadov congratulated the Georgian individuals and authorities on this
vacation, noting that the Azerbaijani and Georgian peoples have
traditionally lived in friendship, good neighborliness and mutual
He emphasised that because of the efforts of the leaders of
the 2 nations, Azerbaijani-Georgian relations are efficiently
creating and have risen to the extent of strategic
The official additionally famous that the initiatives carried out on the
initiative and with the lively participation of Azerbaijan and
Georgia not solely serve the financial improvement of each nations,
the well-being of their peoples, but additionally modified the power and
transport map of the Eurasian house.
On the identical time, in reference to the launch of recent promising
initiatives with the participation of each nations he burdened
significance of the undertaking of laying a submarine cable alongside the
backside of the Black Sea to Europe.
Talking about good prospects for the additional strengthening of
Azerbaijani-Georgian relations in all areas, Asadov expressed
confidence that mutually useful cooperation between the 2
nations will proceed to develop efficiently and contribute to
the welfare of each peoples.
Azerbaijan, Georgia, Romania and Hungary signed the settlement on
Strategic Partnership within the Improvement and Transmission of Inexperienced
Power on December 17, 2022, which gives, amongst different issues,
for the development of an power bridge from the Caucasus area
As a part of the settlement reached, it’s anticipated to construct Black
Sea Power’s underwater electrical cable with a capability of 1,000 MW
and a size of 1,195 kilometers.
The cable shall be meant for the provision of inexperienced power
generated in Azerbaijan by Georgia and the Black Sea to
Romania for subsequent transportation to Hungary and the remainder of