The Georgian Foreign Minister has met the Australian Ambassador to Georgia

Published in Politics
Thursday, 15 December 2016 14:57

Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze met the Australian Ambassador to Georgia James Larsen (residing in Ankara). Discussions focused on a broad spectrum of relations in bilateral and multilateral formats and prospects for future co-operation.
The sides expressed their readiness to promote co-operation between the two counties in various areas, including energy, agriculture, tourism, education and culture. The sides also spoke about the possibility of carrying out bilateral high-level meetings.  James Larsen reaffirmed the Australian Government’s firm support for the non-recognition policy with respect to Georgia’s occupied regions.

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