An exhibition of potentials of Iran’s free zones will be held during April 17-20 in Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia.
Thirty pavilions of Iranian free zones in the fields of products, tourism, and academic potentials will be introduced in the exhibition.
Currently, six free zones are in operation across Iran. Chabahar, Qeshm, Kish, and Arvand free zones in south, and Aras and Anzali free zones in north of the country.
On January 9, Georgian ambassador to Iran, George Janjgava, said that abolition of the visa regime between Georgia and Iran has increased the number of tourists up to 90,000 and there is a growth of trade turnover up to 100 million dollars.
Janjgava noted that Iran is Georgia’s big neighbor, and there have been political, economic, cultural and social relations between the states not only over the past 20 years, but also before.