Liechtenstein interested in Georgia’s experience in e-services and digital technologies

 17.02.2018, Munich – Liechtenstein is interested in Georgia’s successful experience in e-services and digital technologies -  Minister for Foreign Affairs, Justice and Culture of Liechtenstein  Aurelia Frick said at her meeting with Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze  held on the sidelines of the 54th Munich Security Conference in Munich.
The two ministers discussed their national strategies in the areas of digital services and cyber security. The sides noted with satisfaction that Georgia ranks third among European countries in terms of its commitment to cyber security. According to Mikheil Janelidze, the Georgian Foreign Ministry will be the first among other ministries to employ digital technologies.  

Mikheil Janellidze thanked Aurelia Frick for Liechtenstein’s support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as for its political aspirations. Special note was taken of Liechtenstein’s assistance allocated to Georgia for the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for 2016-2019 in the areas of human rights, the rule of law and democracy.

Discussions also focused on Georgia’s economic opportunities, transit and tourism potential.  Mikheil Janelidze invited his liechstensteinian counterpart  to Georgia.