PRIME MINISTER OF GEORGIA MEETS MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC Print Version

2019-07-10

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Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia met Tomas Petricek, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic in Batumi today.

Key topics of discussion included bilateral political relations and cooperation in the areas of trade, economy, culture and education.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic reaffirmed the hosting dignitary in the solid support of Czech authorities towards European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Georgia, its territorial integrity and sovereignty.

Attention was made on the 10th Anniversary of Eastern Partnership, challenges faced within this timeframe. It was noted that Georgia is a true leader among the countries of Eastern Partnership.

Significance of full utilization of opportunities offered by the Deep and Comprehensive, Free Trade Area (DCFTA) concluded by and between EU and Georgia has been stressed at the meeting. Discussions were also related to the violations of human rights and grave humanitarian condition at the occupied territories of Georgia. Peace Initiative of Georgia branded as a Step2BetterFuture and active engagement of the international community have been indicated as of great significance for the effective implementation of the endeavours. Prime Minister of Georgia expressed his sincere gratitude to the visiting dignitary for his participation in the international conference held in Batumi on June 11-12, 2019 under the title of A Partnership That Matters - 10 Years and Beyond.

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