Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia in reaction to the terrorist act in Barcelona

18.08.2017, Tbilisi – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep concern over the terrorist act that hit Barcelona on 17 August 2017 leaving several people dead and injured.  


Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia regarding the installation of barbed wire fences in the occupied Abkhazia region

11.08.2017 Tbilisi - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns the fact of the installation of barbed wire fences by the Russian occupation forces along the occupation line in Abkhazia region, namely on the territory adjacent to the villages of Khurcha and Shamgona, Zugdidi District.  


Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

8.08.2017 Tbilisi - ​The “visit” by the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, in the occupied Abkhazia region represents a continuation of Moscow deliberate policy against Georgia. 


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia regarding the 9th anniversary of the August 2008 War

7.08.2017 Tbilisi - 7 August 2017 marks the 9th anniversary of Russia's large-scale military invasion in Georgia and illegal occupation of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali regions.


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in reaction to the acts committed by the Taliban in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep concern and condemns the terrorist attack committed by the Taliban on 24 July 2017, in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan resulting in the death of tens of people.


The Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

26.06.2017 Tbilisi - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep sorrow over the sinking of the ship near Medellin, in the Republic of Colombia, killing and injuring numerous people.


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses its concern over the use of chemical weapons in the town of Khan Shaykhun, which resulted in the massive casualties among peaceful population.


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia regarding the launch of ballistic missiles by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)

6.05.2017, Tbilisi - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep concern over the DPRK’s violation of a number of international obligations and UN SC resolutions and condemns the test-firing of ballistic missiles by Pyongyang, on 5 April 2017.  


Statement of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia in reaction to the disaster that struck Japan

27.03.2017, Tbilisi – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep sorrow over the death and injury of children when an avalanche struck a Japanese ski resort in Nasu District  (Tochigi Prefecture) of Japan on 27 March 2017.  


Statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry regarding the Resolution on Cooperation with Georgia adopted by the UN Human Rights Council

24.03.2017 - The UN Human Rights Council adopted the Resolution on Cooperation with Georgia at its 34th session held on 24 March 2017. The Resolution initiated by Georgia was co-sponsored by 43 states.   


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