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Holiday program of Ukrainian children in Georgia is another clear example of support that Georgia shows to the Ukrainian people – Vladimir Konstantinidis

With the involvement of the Administration of Georgia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Autonomous Republic of Adjara Ukrainian children will have a holiday in Adjara.

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With the involvement of the Administration of Georgia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Autonomous Republic of Adjara Ukrainian children will have a holiday in Adjara.

A group of Ukrainian citizens – namely young children and their parents visited Adjara on July 21, 2022. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Vladimir Konstantinidis and Minister of Education of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara Maya Khajishvili welcomed the guests at Batumi International Airport.

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“It is significant that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosts and organizes the mentioned event, which is another clear example and expression of the support that Georgia expresses to the Ukrainian people, both from a political and humanitarian point of view,” said the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vladimir Konstantinidis, regarding the mentioned program.

According to the Minister of Education of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, Maya Khajishvili, this program will give Ukrainian children the opportunity to get to know the Adjara region and deal with the emotions associated with the war situation.

Marina Khonda, the vice-mayor of Kyiv, said that the comprehensive assistance of the Georgian government is proof that both countries understand very well who they are fighting and how important the future of our children is. “Therefore, I once again express my deep gratitude to the Georgian people, the Georgian government and the whole of Georgia,” said Marina Khonda, the vice-mayor of Kyiv.

“We are grateful to your country, the Georgian side, for inviting our children for a vacation. Our country is currently at war, and our children are being harmed by bombs and sirens. Thank you very much for such an opportunity,” says Ukrainian citizen Anna Shvidenko.

It should be noted that the holiday program for Ukrainian children in Georgia is implemented with the involvement of the Georgian government administration, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, and with the cooperation of the Embassy of Georgia in Ukraine and the City Hall of Kyiv. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia provides for the travel and the rest of the group in Georgia.

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