The main purpose of the study is to emphasize the strategic importance of Georgia situated in South Caucasus Region and examine the relations between Georgia and Turkey with respect to the geoeconomic glance. Because of its strategic importance, Georgia has been subjected to many long term conflicts in historical process. After the disintegration of Soviet Union, Georgia has become a transit country with respect to carrying oil and natural gas resources from the Caucasus and Central Asian Countries to the international markets. This de facto situation, supported by western international actors, transforms Georgia as a challenging area. In this study, the encountered problems of Georgia have been discussed and its relations with Turkey have been reviewed in the framework of the mentioned objectives.