Mikheil Janelidze: Protection of interests of Georgian citizens living abroad is a key concern of the Foreign Ministry

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Thursday, 17 November 2016 14:53

Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze considers protection of interests of Georgian citizens living abroad to be a key concern of the Foreign Ministry.Delivering a speech at the Conference dedicated to the diaspora issues - “Georgian Diaspora – Present days and Challenges” – the Georgian Foreign Minister underlined that this significant mission is carried out by 64 Embassies and 9 Consulates-General of Georgia, which provide the Georgian citizens with the high quality services.  
Mikheil Janelidze noted that the Foreign Ministry plans to elaborate the latest technologies and new mechanisms, promoting the further improvement of the service. “The Georgian diplomatic missions abroad are in close contact with the Georgian diaspora. As a rule, our diplomats actively hold meetings with the diaspora representatives. The meetings will continue in the future as well in order to understand more fully the challenges faced and to know your vision in terms of challenges and prospects faced by our country, “ – the Foreign Minister said.   According to Mikheil Janelidze, proceeding from the Ministry’s resources and experience, the Ministry is the right organisation that will be able to maintain active relations with the Georgian citizens abroad and the diaspora representatives and to meet the challenges.

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