The Member-States of the Organisation de la Francophonie have expressed their support for the territorial integrity of Georgia

On 11 and 12 October 2018, Yerevan hosted the 17th Francophonie Summit bringing together the heads of 84 Member States, as well as associated and observer countries.  The Georgian delegation was led by Minister of Justice, Thea Tsulukiani.
 

On 12 October, the leaders of 84 members of Organisation de la Francophonie (OIF)  supported a resolution on crisis resolution and peace consolidation.

The resolution mentions the conflicts in Georgia. In supporting it, the member states have once again reaffirmed their support to Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. They have emphasised the importance of the peaceful resolution of conflicts based on the principles of international law and of the complete and unconditional fulfillment of the 12 August 2008 Ceasefire Agreement.
 
The OIF members have also expressed their support for the Geneva international discussions that are aimed at addressing the consequences of the 2008 conflict in Georgia.
The Georgian delegation was represented at the summit by the Minister of Justice Thea Tsulukiani.

Georgia has been an observer country in the OIF since 2004. The member states have agreed to hold the next summit in Tunisia in 2020.