Ukraine and Georgia have agreed to strengthen their participation in the Eurasian Oil Transport Corridor project.
As Ukrinform reports, it reports Ministry of Energy of Ukraine.
“In the context of Russian blackmail in the gas market, it is very important to diversify energy supplies. With Georgia, Poland and Azerbaijan, we will study the possibilities of increasing the load on our country’s oil transport infrastructure and explore the prospects of LNG projects,” said Energy Minister Yaroslav D.
In addition, the countries agreed to share experience in reforming energy markets, creating hydropower and strengthening cybersecurity of critical infrastructure in the energy sector. Ukraine and Georgia plan to establish start-ups between companies, electricity operators, energy engineers, scientists, and start-ups to launch and implement joint projects.
As it turned out, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said during an online briefing that the Foreign Ministry had recently met with the Associated Trio of Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and the European Union to discuss further trade liberalization in the context of the Green Course and the EU digital transition.