GUAM prime ministers to discuss establishment of free trade zone in Kyiv in autumn
The prime ministers of the member states of the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development will discuss the establishment of a free trade zone at a meeting in Kyiv in the fall, Dmytro Stoliarchuk, press secretary for Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, said on Twitter on Tuesday.
"The GUAM heads of government will discuss the introduction of a free trade zone in Kyiv in the fall," Stoliarchuk said.
Groysman has met with a GUAM delegation, he said.
GUAM is a regional organization set up in 1997 by Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova.