Georgia is interested in the use of EU co-operation benefits in trilateral formats

16.02.2018, Munich – Georgia and Moldova are interested in using the EU co-operation opportunities in the trilateral format as well - Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze  and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova Tudor Ulianovschi spoke about this during their meeting on the sidelines of the 54th Munich Security Conference in Munich.

The two ministers discussed the opportunities to use free trade regime not only in their bilateral relations with the EU-associated countries but also in the trilateral format allowing them to sell joint products of their joint ventures in the EU market, through the effective use of the DCFTA.
 
Expressing their reciprocal support for the European integration of each other’s counties, the ministers discussed in detail the high level of co-operation between Georgia and Moldova, including in the areas of reforms and in terms of rapprochement with European norms and standards.  Positive appraisal was given to the EU’s enlargement policy towards the Balkans that is an encouraging message and stimulus for the countries aspiring to the EU.

Discussions focused on co-operation in multilateral formats as well. Mikheil Janelidze congratulated his Moldovan counterpart on Moldova’s chairmanship of GUAM. Speaking about the violation of Georgia’s and Moldova’s sovereignty and territorial integrity by Russia, Mikheil Janelidze and Tudor Ulianovschi pledged to relevantly react to Russia’s aggression in international formats.
 
Mikheil Janelidze congratulated his Moldovan counterpart on his appointment as Foreign Minister and invited him to Georgia.