Georgia and Namibia have established diplomatic relations

On 5 November 2015, Georgia and Namibia signed a joint communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic relations.

The joint communiqué was signed in Georgia's Permanent Representation to the U.N. in New York by Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Kakha Imnadze and by Permanent Representative of Namibia to the UN Wilfried Emvula.

According to this joint communiqué, mutual relations between the two countries - which are both striving to adhere to the UN Charter and to the principles of the international law - will be guided by the principles of friendly relations, national sovereignty, sovereign equality, territorial integrity and the inviolability of state borders. In compliance with international practice, both parties informed U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the establishment of diplomatic relations between their two countries.

The establishment of the diplomatic relations will facilitate the further development of the co-operation between the two countries in different sphere.

In general, out of 191 member states of the United Nations, Georgia has already established diplomatic relations with 186 states.