The Georgian Foreign Minister has discussed with his Czech colleague issues relating to tourism cooperation

Published in Politics
Friday, 05 June 2020 10:31

Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs David Zalkaliani spoke over the phone with his Czech counterpart, Tomáš Petříček. Discussions focused on issues relating to COVID-19 pandemic and various aspects of bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
 
David Zalkaliani thanked his Czech colleague for the Czech Government’s solidarity and humanitarian assistance rendered to Georgia during the pandemic.
 
Special accent was put on prospects of restoring tourism cooperation between the two countries. According to Zalkaliani, Georgia will open up borders to foreign tourists as of 1 July, in accordance with WHO recommendations and through safe travel corridors.
 
The Czech Foreign Minister highly appraised the Georgian Government’s efforts and measures against COVID-19. He said that he supports safe tourism concept and looks forward to renewing tourism cooperation with Georgia.
 
David Zalkaliani thanked the Czech colleague for the Czech Republic’s firm support of Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and for condemnation of the Russian Federation’s destructive activities continuing even amid the pandemic.
 
Tomáš Petříček reaffirmed that the Czech Republic remains committed to supporting Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration, as well as Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.

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