The energy market operators of Georgia and Armenia have signed an agreement to supply electricity to one another during emergencies, Sputnik-Georgia reports, citing the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
This document was drawn up between the Georgian State Electrosystem and the Market Clearing Center of Armenia.
This agreement was reached between the two parties during a meeting of the Georgian-Armenian joint working group, in which Romeo Mikautadze, the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, and Hakob Vardanyan, the Deputy Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure of Armenia, also participated.
Also, Mikautadze briefed the Armenian delegation on the current trends and future plans in the energy system of Georgia, and positively assessed the cooperation between the energy systems of his country and Armenia.
In addition, the two parties emphasized the collaboration between the two countries in the field of electricity.