Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko discussed in Minsk the prospects of bilateral cooperation in politics, trade, economy and culture.
Margvelashvili stressed that Georgia is ready to share its experience with Belarus in the implementation of economic reforms, e-governance and anti-corruption.
It was noted that Belarus is interested in the opportunities that are opened in Georgia for foreign businessmen due to the Agreement on deep and comprehensive free trade area with the EU, Sputnik Georgia reported.
The presidents also declared their readiness to expand cooperation in the fields of education and innovation.
The visit of the Georgian delegation to Belarus will end on March 2.