Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in reaction to the terrorist act committed by the DAESH/ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

9.03.2017, Tbilisi - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep concern over  the terrorist attack on the national military hospital in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan committed by the DAESH/ISIL on 8 March 2017, killing over 40 people and leaving tens of others  injured.  

The OSCE Permanent Council has discussed the issues relating to closure of the so-called crossing points in the occupied Abkhazia region

9.03.2017, Vienna - The OSCE Permanent Council held debates, at the initiative of Georgia’s Permanent Representation to the OSCE, over the closure of the so-called crossing points by the Russian occupation regime in the villages of Nabakevi and Otobaia, the Abkhazia region.  

The Georgian Foreign Minister has described as “historical” Giorgi Kvirikashvili’s visit to Italy

9.03.2017, Rome – the Georgian Government delegation led by the Prime Minister concluded its visit to the Italian Republic. Commenting on the visit, Georgian Foreign Minister said that the visit which was of historical importance provides yet another proof that Georgia. As a democratic country is part of Europe. ...

Georgian Ambassador David Bakradze has appeared before the U.S. Senators

On 7 March Georgian Ambassador to the United States David Bakradze spoke at the United States Senate Committee of Appropriations. The hearing aimed to broaden the understanding of Russia’s policies and intentions toward specific countries in Europe. David Bakradze spoke about the Russian invasion of Georgia i...

David Zalkaliani holds meetings at the UN Human Rights Council

7.03.2017, Geneva – Georgian First Deputy Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani arrived in Geneva for a working visit from 6 to 10 March. Within the framework of this visit, he holds meetings with the delegations of the Member States of the UN Human Rights Council.

OSCE Chairmanship concerned about closure of crossing points, stresses negative implications for local population

“We have closely followed the latest developments on the ground. We believe this decision has a number of negative consequences, in particular concerning the freedom of movement of the population on both sides of the Administrative Boundary Line. We therefore call for meaningful dialogue as well as swift and pragma...

Tbilisi has hosted another round of bilateral political consultations between Georgia and Switzerland

7.03.2017, Tbilisi - Another round of bilateral political consultations was held between the Foreign Ministry of Georgia and the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of the Swiss Confederation. Deputy Foreign Minister David Dondua headed the Georgian delegation whereas the Swiss delegation was led by Deputy State Secret...

Co-operation between Georgia and Greece is of strategic importance

7.03.2017, Tbilisi – Co-operation between Georgia and Greece is of strategic importance – Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said at a joint press conference after his meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze.    

Meeting with the Co-chairs of the Geneva International Discussions

6.03.2017, Tbilisi - On 12 September 2016, the Georgian Foreign Ministry hosted apreparatory meeting for the 39th round of the Geneva InternationalDiscussions between Georgia’s representatives and the EU, UN and OSCE Co-chairs. The Deputy Foreign Minister, head of the Georgian delegation to the Geneva Intern...

Mikheil Janeldze has met with Mikheil Janeldze has met with the Director of the Office of Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights

3.06.2017, Strasbourg – within the framework of his working visit to Strasbourg Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze held a meeting with Isil Gachet, Director of the Office of Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights.    

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