Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia reaffirms its support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan and does not recognize the so called presidential and parliamentarian elections held on March 31, 2020 in N. Kharabkh.


Georgia condemns missile attacks on Saudi Arabia

Georgia condemns  missile attacks targeting cities in Saudi Arabia. Such attacks pose a serious threat to security and constitute gross violations of international law. We fully support UN efforts to strengthen stability and advance a peaceful settlement of the conflict.


Lasha Darsalia met with the UN Resident Coordinator and the Representatives of UNDP and WHO in Georgia

On 29 March 2020, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Lasha Darsalia held the meeting with UN Resident Coordinator Sabine machl, UNDP Resident Representative Louisa Vinton, and WHO Resident Representative Silviu Domente


NATO Secretary General – Georgia tackles the pandemic successfully

On 27 March 2020, Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani held a telephone conversation with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, at the latter’s initiative.    


For the attention of Georgian citizens abroad

Some persons or political groups have recently become active in social networks promising our citizens abroad to get them back home and making them fill in various forms.


The EU decision fills with hope each of us, who aspire to join one day the Organization – David Zalkaliani

The Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani responded to the decision of the EU member states on opening of accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia.  


Statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

Exactly 63 years ago, on 25 March 1957, by signing the Treaty of Rome the European states laid the groundwork for what is today the European Union - a symbol of peace and prosperity. This unique project is based on the unity of Europe, as well as solidarity and shared responsibility.