Georgia expects important messages from Germany – David Zalkaliani

 17.08.2018, Tbilisi – The Georgian Foreign Minister, David Zalkaliani commented on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s forthcoming visit to Georgia. According him, it will be Merkel’s second visit to Georgia in 10 years. “Against the background of challenges facing Georgia, the importance of t...


“Dialogue has no alternative but it should not be politicized” – David Zalkaliani

17.08.2018, Tbilisi – According to the Georgian Foreign Minister, David Zalkaliani, the Government of Georgia has important peace initiatives that will contribute to a dialogue and will provide out citizens living on the opposite side of the occupation line with access to the same benefits that Georgia has received...


David Zalkaliani has met with the Ambassador of Ukraine to Georgia

14.08.2018, Tbilisi – Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Georgia Ihor Dolhov.  


The German Chancellor visit to Georgia is highly important – David Zalkaliani

“German Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit Georgia on 23 and 24 August. It is important that Georgia hosts such a high level visit from a country which shows firm support on its Euro-Atlantic path. Merkel will also visit the South Caucasian region. It will be Merkel’s second visit to Georgia in 10 years. I t...


10 years since Georgia-Russia ceasefire agreement

10 years after EU-mediated 12 August 2008 Ceasefire Agreement between Georgia and Russia, the Russian Federation still refuses to comply with its international obligations.


The Permanent Representation of Georgia to the Council of Europe organised an event dedicated to the 10 years after Russian-Georgian 2008 war

 07.08.2018 Strasbourg - On 7 August, the Permanent Representation of Georgia to the Council of Europe organised an event dedicated to the 10 years after Russian-Georgian 2008 war. 


Situation in Georgia's occupied territories discussed in UN United Nations Security Council

The situation in Georgia's occupied territories was discussed at the closed session of the United Nations Security Council on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the war between Russia and Georgia.