According to bank documents:
This TA is proposed to support the government of Georgia to organize and hold a Silk Road forum planned for the third quarter of 2023 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The forum's goal is to: (i) discuss ways to enhance regional cooperation through cross-border transport and energy connectivity, trade facilitation and commerce along the Silk Road; (ii) help coordinate transport infrastructure investments and policy interventions aimed at achieving the uninterrupted flow of goods through Silk Road corridors; and (iii) stimulate regional trade and commerce by identifying investment opportunities and facilitating business-to-business meetings and public-private dialogue.
Central and West Asia Department
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