The Parliamentary Delegation visits Hungary with invitation of the Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee of Hungarian Parliament

Published in Politics
Thursday, 04 May 2017 11:45

The Parliamentary Delegation, headed by the Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, Sofio Katsarava and composed of Giorgi Khatidze, Irakli Mezurnishvili and Giorgi Lomia visits Hungary with invitation of the Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee of Hungarian Parliament.
Georgian MPs have already held the high rank meetings with the Chair and members of the Foreign Relations Committee of Hungarian Parliament, Minister of Foreign and Trade Affairs, Chair and members of the European Affairs Committee, Hungary-Georgia Friendship Group Chair and members and the Deputy State Secretary of Defense and Security Policy of the Ministry of Defense.
The parties discussed the priorities of foreign policy and foreign relations of Georgia, considered inter-relation and bilateral and multilateral Parliamentary cooperation. The parties also overviewed politico-economic cooperation and territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia. Hungary expressed support to territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia. Hungary confirmed support to foreign policy of Georgia and ongoing reforms. The parties touched upon cooperation in economic, trade and educational spheres and considered tourism potential of Georgia.
The meetings were productive and interesting we held with our colleagues in Hungarian Parliament. We spoke about cooperation prospects. At the meeting with the Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee we spoke about Visegrad Group closer relations after Hungary becomes the presiding country of EU in July. We outlined the plans on enactment of cooperation between Visegrad Foreign Affairs Committees and our Committee. We overviewed our foreign policy priorities and further visa liberalization agenda. Hungary expresses full support in this direction and in reforming for NATO integration”, - S. Katsarava stated.

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