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The officials discussed projects supported by the Republic of Estonia

The First Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, Nodar Kereselidze met with the Director General of the External Economic and Development Cooperation Department, of the Ministry of  Foreign Affairs,  Jüri Seilenthal.

The projects implemented in Georgia with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia were evaluated by participants, who also discussed new directions of mutually beneficial cooperation.

Nodar Kereselidze gave a detailed account of the project implemented with the support of Estonia in the National Food Agency, which significantly contributed to the development of the dairy sector. The Deputy Minister stressed, that the development of the livestock breeding is the priority for the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture as well as sharing Estonians experience purposing to increase livestock productivity and improve disease control system.

According to the Director General of the External Economic and Development Cooperation Department, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Jüri Seilenthal Estonian government supports Georgia to implement a new project and promote the development of the livestock sector in the country.