Canadian Ambassador to Georgia has presented copies of his credentials to the Georgian First Deputy Foreign Minister

Published in Politics
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 17:30

Georgian First Deputy Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani held a meeting with Canadian Ambassador to Georgia Christopher Cooter (residing in Ankara). Within the framework of the meeting, the Ambassador presented copies of his credentials to the Georgian First Deputy Foreign Minister.
During the meeting, the Canadian Ambassador expressed his government’s firm support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as for the country’s European and Euro-Atlantic course.
The Ambassador congratulated Georgia on the successfully conducted parliamentary elections highlighting the huge potential in terms of deepening co-operation between the two countries in the defence sector.
David Zalkaliani emphasized that Georgia can offer one of the most attractive environments for business, and it is important that Canadian companies receive information on Georgia’s investment and business potential.
The sides spoke about the importance of exchanging bilateral visits between the two countries.  David Zalkaliani wished the new Ambassador success in his future activities.
  

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