Partner countries need more ambitions prospects – Czech Foreign Minister

11.07.2019 - Czech Foreign Minister Tomas Petricek says that the EU realised the need for the Eastern Partnership initiative just 10 months after the Russia-Georgia 2008 war.


The EU and Georgia have signed a €28 million deal to support security sector reforms in Georgia

11.07.2019, Batumi  - The European Union and the government of Georgia have signed a €28 million deal to support security sector reforms in Georgia on the sidelines of the 16th Batumi International Conference  


Georgia and Hungary have signed four deals during the 16th Batumi International Conference

11.07.2019 - Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani and Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto signed deals on responding to emergency situations, teaching Hungarian in Georgia, agricultural development in addition to a deal on cooperation between the Georgian Partnership Fund and the Hungarian Export-Import...


David Zalkaliani and Tomas Petricek have highlighted special relations between Georgia and the Czech Republic

10.07.2019, Tbilisi - Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani held a meeting with Czech Foreign Minister Tomas Petricek, who is currently on an official visit to Georgia.  


Provocative statements were aimed at causing Russia’s reaction, the government’s steps were aimed at preventing it

“The Russian President’s decision not to impose sanctions on Georgia was the only right decision in the given situation” – Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani told journalists.  


The international community recognizes Georgia as a united country, including Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region - David Zalkaliani

Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani responded to the Russian authorities' statements regarding the history of Georgia, describing them as an example of presenting historical facts wrongly, subjectively and with bias.  


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

07.07.2019 – We strongly condemn the expressions used by Rustavi 2 TV Company that have nothing in common with the freedom of speech and represent a provocation pure and simple aimed at increasing tensions in already difficult Georgian-Russian relations.