Trade relations, tourism and investment in the economy on mutually beneficial terms were enshrined in agreements, which were signed at a meeting between the Minister of Economy of Georgia and the Deputy Foreign Minister of South Korea. The meeting took place in South Korea during the visit of the Georgian Minister of Economy Gennady Arveladze. According to the terms of the agreement, a special commission will be created to consider possible proposals and projects for further joint development of trade relations and cooperation in other areas of the economy. Both sides had high hopes for the implementation of the plans announced at the meeting. Mutual cooperation, according to the representatives of the states, will be of great benefit for the stable development of business, both in South Korea and in Georgia.