EU Ambassador to Georgia Janos Herman hosted the Prime Minister of Georgia at his residence today. The working dinner was attended by the ambassadors of EU member states. The heads of diplomatic missions congratulated Giorgi Kvirikashvili on the advancement of visa liberalization for Georgia's citizens to the final stage and emphasized Georgia's significant progress toward visa liberalization. The Head of Georgian Government thanked the ambassadors for the support of EU member states.
The discussion at the meeting involved issues under the 2017-2020 Association Agenda. The parties discussed Georgia's ongoing and planned reforms. The European Union's support for the reforms developed by the Government of Georgia was also emphasized during the meeting.
The Chairman of the Parliament, Mr. Irakli Kobakhidze held the meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkey, H.E. Levent Gümrükçü.
The Ambassador congratulated the Chairman with election. The Chairman expressed gratitude to the Ambassador for Turkey’s support of territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia.
The parties touched upon bilateral relations and noted that Georgia and Turkey enjoy successful cooperation in various directions, including on the Parliamentary level. The parties discussed enhancement of inter-Parliamentary relations.
The Ambassador gave the positive estimation to the reforms and the Parliamentary elections in Georgia and expressed support of Turkey to EU and NATO integration of Georgia.
„Obviously, the leader of the White House has an influence on the world events. It’s important for us that ongoing process in Georgia is based on the choice of Georgian people and we agree with it. There is an agreement, the document which works out many important issues and we are moving forward in this direction,”- this statement was made by Janos Herman, the EU Ambassador to Georgia in the program Border Zone./Пограничная ZONA/.
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Georgia's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Giorgi Janjgava met with the leaders of Chamber of Commerce of Jeddah. According to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, the sides discussed bilateral relations which mean the bilateral change of business delegations, united business forums and trade exhibitions.
The ambassador spoke about Georgia's investment environment, business potential and in recent years the country's reforms.
Within the frames of working visit in the Republic of Serbia, the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Georgia to Greece and Serbia Ioseb Nanoshvili held the presentation on business and investment opportunities of Georgia. According to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, the presentation was held in the Business Club of Belgrade.
As it is reported, the representatives of Serbian companies and business groups attended this meeting, including the officials of Economical institutes of this country. They also saw the commercial film on Georgia by Greek Muzenidis Group. The sides discussed bilateral cooperation issues.
Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze met the Head of the EU Delegation to Georgia, Ambassador Janos Herman. Along with important issues relating to co-operation between Georgia and the EU, the sides discussed the introduction of visa-free travel with the EU. It was emphasised that final decisions will be adopted by the European Parliament and the EU Council in the near future and the procedures for granting visa-free travel to Georgia will be soon finalized.
Discussions also focused on the negotiations regarding the new association agenda due to start in October 2016. Mikheil Janelidze emphasised that the Georgian Foreign Ministry will continue to discuss the new Association agenda with representatives of public sector in order to ensure their maximum engagement.
Today, Tamar Zhvania, Chairperson of the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia and Giorgi Javakhishvili, the Secretary of the CEC met H.E Ji Yanchi, the Ambassador of People’s Republic of China to Georgia.
Preparatory processes for the Parliamentary Elections of October 8 and existing pre-election environment in the country were the topics of discussion during the introductory meeting.
According to the statement of H.R Ji Yanchi, the conduct of parliamentary elections in democratic and peaceful environment is of high importance for the country’s further development.
The CEC Chairperson, during the meeting, placed emphasis on the activities implemented by the Election Administration for ensuring professionally organized transparent elections.
The Ambassador of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland presented the copies of his Credentials to the President of GeorgiaTuesday, 13 September 2016 11:30
The newly-appointed Ambassador, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Georgia, Mr. Justin McKenzie Smith has presented the copies of his credentials to the President of Georgia, H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili. Following the presentation, the Head of State has held the meeting with Mr. Justin McKenzie Smith.
The sides have discussed the existing friendly relations and the prospect of further cooperation. The newly-appointed Ambassador has reaffirmed his support for Georgia’s territorial integrity, sovereignty, as well as non-recognition policy and for North Atlantic integration process.
The President of Georgia has wished success to the Ambassador of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in his future endeavors.
Newly-appointed ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to Georgia Mikhail Miatlikov presented copies of his credentials to Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze. Mikhail Miatlikov is the first ambassador of Belarus, who will be based in Tbilisi. The Georgian Foreign Minister congratulated the ambassador on his appointment and wished him success in his future endeavours. He expressed his satisfaction at the decision of Belarus to open an embassy in Georgia reiterating the hope that Mikhail Miatlikov will spare no efforts to further intensify relations between the two countries.
Discussions during the meeting focused on the issues relating to bilateral relations. Special attention was paid to the forthcoming session of the Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation due to be held in early September, as well as to the organization of a national exhibition of Belarus in Tbilisi. The sides exchanged their views on mutual cooperation within the international organisations. They also spoke about the ongoing processes in Georgia, the situation in the occupied territories and various issues of regional importance.
U.S. Embassy congratulated Georgia with SVETITSKHOVLOBA Day on it's Facebook Page.
"Happy Svetiskhovloba! Here's my favorite shot of the church, taken last winter. Whenever I have a visitor come from the U.S. I take them there," - is said in the post.