In the last few years Belarus and Georgia have managed to rebuild their bilateral relations anew. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the statement during the talks with Georgia President Giorgi Margvelashvili in Tbilisi. He also expressed confidence that the countries will manage to exceed the level of $200 million in bilateral trade by the end of the year. Speaking about advancing trade and economic cooperation, Alexander Lukashenko noted that the countries go beyond simple trade. While trade is important, the two countries have started setting up research centers for agriculture and joint manufacturing enterprises. Belarus President went on saying that well-trained workforce is needed for the effective development of this or that direction. The two countries have good potential for cooperation in this regard.