The Georgian parliamentary delegation, led by Nikoloz Samkharadze, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, met with the President of the Romanian Senate, Florin Vasile Cicu, and the Vice Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies and members of the Foreign Affairs and European Affairs Committees.
The high level of political relations between Georgia and Romania was emphasized at the meetings.
The parties discussed economic issues, including the possibility of greater use of the transport corridors and their full use. Georgia’s foreign policy priorities were discussed at the meetings.
“At all the meetings, the Romanian side expressed its support for granting Georgia the status of an EU candidate and promised that they would work with their European counterparts to ensure that Georgia receives this status. “They will also support the adoption of a more specific and clear record of Georgia’s membership at the NATO Madrid Summit,” Nikoloz Samkharadze said.
Moreover, the sides discussed the issue of intensifying parliamentary visits between the two countries and the signing of cooperation and partnership between the Parliament of Georgia and the Romanian Legislature.
The Romanian side expressed readiness to pay an official visit to Georgia in the second half of this year.
The Georgian parliamentary delegation is headed by Nikoloz Samkharadze, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee. The delegation includes members of Parliament: Beka Davituliani, Irakli Zarkua, Isko Daseni and Ramaz Nikolaishvili.