Uruguay proposes free trade agreement with Georgia

The foreign ministers of both countries took advantage of Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo's visit, the first by an Uruguayan foreign minister since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1994, to discuss the future of trade and economic relations between Tbilisi and Montevideo.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Today, Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo proposed to his Georgian counterpart David Zalkaliani to start talks on a free trade agreement between the two countries.

"Starting talks on a free trade area will allow both countries to take full advantage of the potential and opportunities in Latin America that Uruguay is proposing to Georgia," a Georgian Foreign Ministry official told Efe Agency.

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