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TBILISI, May 1 (Itar-Tass) - Georgia is ready to cooperate with Russia’s RusHydro if it shows interest in energy projects in the country, Deputy Prime Minister Kakhi Kaladze said on Wednesday, May 1.
He noted that a RusHydro delegation’s visit to Georgia in the middle of April was “exploratory and no concrete projects were discussed.”
George Rizhinashvili, Deputy Chairman of RusHydro’s Management Board, who headed the Russian delegation, said back then that “it is too early to speak of RusHydro’s concrete investment projects in Georgia for the time being.”
He said that the sides had discussed cooperation with Georgia, including in the field of engineering, and projects aimed at attracting Russian capital and supplying equipment.