Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is paying an official visit to Georgia. The program of the visit includes negotiations with Georgia President Giorgi Margvelashvili as well as meetings with Prime Minister and Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia. The parties will discuss the diversification and intensification of product deliveries, development of production cooperation, establishment of joint enterprises. Tbilisi will also host the Minsk Days and the Georgian-Belarusian Business Forum. Our country will showcase its economic, industrial and investment capabilities and tourism potential. An exhibition will feature Belarus-made products. Minsk City Technopark will show the opportunities for cooperation. The parties intend to increase the mutual trade turn over to $200 million.