Tbilisi: The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Gharibashvili held a working meeting with Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili and his deputies. At the meeting, the Foreign Minister briefed the Head of Government on the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, efforts and future plans of the Agency to fulfil the country’s major foreign policy priorities.
Special attention has been paid to the historic decision to give Georgia a European perspective, as well as to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on European Integration, including the activities carried out on the way to obtain candidate status and planned activities, aiming at the progress of Georgia and ambitious reforms in different directions of Georgia. European partner At the rally of support for Abby.
As mentioned at the meeting, intensive work with EU institutions and member countries is underway in both bilateral and multilateral formats. In addition, significant efforts will be made in terms of economic and sectoral approaches with the EU, as well as effective use of free trade regime possibilities. He also stressed the need to implement infrastructure projects that will maximize the trade and transit potential of our country.
Implementation of the Agreement on Strategic Partnership between the Governments of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Romania and Hungary in the Field of Green Energy Development and Transfer” signed by the Heads of the Governments of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Romania and Hungary to provide resources to mobilize international support.
At the meeting, it was noted that the main task of the Foreign Agency remains the consolidation of support of partner countries and organizations in order to assert Georgia’s sovereignty and restore territorial integrity in a peaceful way and keep the issue at a high level in the international agenda.
The talk also touched on high-level visits planned in 2023 with partner countries as well as international organizations, deepening bilateral and multilateral cooperation, including strengthening the forms of the strategic partnership with European countries, and deepening ties with Central Asia and the Middle East.
The importance of further deepening practical cooperation with NATO and actions planned towards joining the North Atlantic Alliance was also discussed.
Special attention was paid to the importance of maximizing the potential of the South Caucasus region to turn South Caucasia into a region of new opportunities and economic growth, and it also noted that important efforts by the Foreign Agency will be directed to the stable and peaceful development of the region, including the development of the Prime Minister of Georgia’s peace initiatives Towards the flesh.
From the beginning of Russian military aggression in Ukraine, Georgia’s solid political, diplomatic and humanitarian support for Ukraine has been emphasized not only by practical support in bilateral format, but also by Georgia’s firm positions, whether it is co-authored resolutions, co-sponsoring, or joining statements within all international platforms.
The conversation touched on economic and cultural diplomacy planned for better representation of Georgia worldwide, as well as planned actions to strengthen the Georgian diaspora abroad.
At the meeting, Ilia Darchiashvili informed the Head of Government , Irakli Garibashvili about changes in the administrative character made in the Ministry, aimed at improving both the working conditions of the employees of the Agency and the activities of Georgian diplomatic missions abroad. At the meeting, the Head of Government gave the Minister of Foreign Affairs and his deputies relevant tasks.