Georgia beefs up seaport infrastructure to attract Asian goods

Georgian Energy Minister Ilya Eloshvili in Astana.

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According to the Georgian media, in the middle of November this year, Georgia will launch a new infrastructure project – Anaklia seaport on the Black Sea.

The first stage of the project is designed for an annual throughput of eight million tonnes of container cargo. It will cost $586 million. The terminal of the Anaklia deep sea port is scheduled to open in 2020. By that time, its throughput capacity is expected to grow to 20 million tonnes a year.

Upon completion of the project, Georgian ...


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