The sides discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries and their development prospects.
The prime minister expressed gratitude for the cordial reception of the current Moldovan delegation in Tbilisi, as well as of many other Moldovan guests who had previously visited Georgia's capital in order to study and take over the Georgian experience in promoting democratic values and norms.
Filat highlighted the need to deepen the bilateral ties and to expand the cooperation area between the two states, in fields like: modernization of the local administration, power decentralization and implementation of public-private partnerships.
For his part, Tbilisi Mayor Ghighi Ugulava reiterated Georgia's willingness to consolidate the friendship relations with Moldova and expressed conviction that deepening of the bilateral cooperation in mutually-advantageous conditions is a common goal that would bring about benefits for both Moldovan and Georgian peoples.
The official welcomed the idea to open a direct air route Chisinau-Tbilisi, noting that this would make it possible turn to account the Moldovan-Georgian cooperation potential in economic, cultural tourism, education and other fields.