Information on Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Investment Action Plan

On 15 January, the European Commission published Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Investment Action Plan that identifies priority projects for EaP countries. Together, these projects amount to an investment of almost €12.8 billion up to 2030 and foresee a total of 48000 kilometres of road and ...

Georgia-NATO relations are relations between NATO and us – David Zalkaliani

16.12.2019 - The Georgian Foreign Minister, David Zalkaliani commented on the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov’s statement on NATO-Georgia co-operation. He once again highlighted the priority importance of Georgia’s integration with NATO and the inadmissibility of interference into NATO-Georgia relatio...

We welcome any step that solidifies the statehood of Ukraine – David Zalkaliani

16.01.2019, Tbilisi – Commenting on the autocephaly of the Ukrainian Church, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, David Zalkaliani said that Georgia welcomes any step that solidifies the statehood, independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine.    

Comment of the Press and Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 In connection with the presidential inauguration ceremony scheduled to take place on 10 January 2019 in Venezuela, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia states that Georgia does not recognize legitimacy of the Venezuelan president’s new mandate. Georgia as a responsible member of the international commun...

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep sorrow over the hundreds of casualties caused by the disastrous tsunami on the island of Java, the Republic of Indonesia on 22nd of December 2018.  

Georgian diplomats have met with the Prime Minister of Georgia

21.12.2018, Tbilisi – Within the framework of the Ambassadors’ Conference, a meeting was held with Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze.

Reduction in the number of Georgian asylum seekers in Denmark is the result of the Georgian government’s efforts – Danish Minister for Immigration

Denmark positively appraises the fact that the number of asylum applications put forward by Georgian citizens has dropped – reads the letter of the Danish Minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing  Inger Støjberg to the Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani.