Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze said Monday they paid high attention to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's upcoming visit to Georgia.
In a statement issued Monday, Kalandadze said that they viewed Turkey as "an important strategic partner" and the biggest trade partner of their country.
Turkey has important investments in various parts of Georgia. Erdogan's visit to Georgia will boost mutual economic relations and be a proof of Georgia's credibility for investors, Kalandadze said.
Prime Minister Erdogan is expected to proceed to Georgian city of Batumi from Baku, Azerbaijan. Erdogan will inaugurate the Sheraton Hotel that was constructed by a Turkish firm in Batumi.
Erdogan is expected to meet with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili while in Batumi.
Turkey's PM to proceed Georgia after Azerbaijan visit
Prime Minister Erdogan is expected to proceed to Georgian city of Batumi from Baku, Azerbaijan.