The Belarusian President has met with Georgia"s Prime Minister today. According to Alexander Lukashenko, the counties should increase trade turnover up to 200 million dollars in the near future. So far, it makes up only a quarter of the planned amount. The countries intend to establish a number of joint enterprises and trade on the markets of the European and Eurasian Economic Unions together.Tomorrow the National Library will host a Belarusian-Georgian business forum, which will feature 100 top managers representing energy, transportation, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and processing companies.