Gharibashvili meets PM of Ukraine through video conference

Gharibashvili meets PM of Ukraine through video conference
Gharibashvili meets PM of Ukraine through video conference

The Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili met with the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal through video conference format, the press service of PM reports.

The meeting focused on the friendship and strategic partnership between Georgia and Ukraine, based on centuries-old historical and good neighborly relations.

Emphasis was placed on the importance of European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Georgia and Ukraine and effective cooperation in this regard.

The Prime Minister of Ukraine thanked his Georgian counterpart for his support to Ukraine in the international arena, both bilateral and multilateral formats.

Speaking about Russia's recent military activation along Ukraine's borders and temporarily occupied Crimea, the Georgian Prime Minister reiterated the Georgian side's concern over the current developments and reaffirmed Georgia's strong support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.

The conversation also touched upon the trade and economic relations between Georgia and Ukraine. It was noted that it is important to make joint efforts to further develop and deepen the existing economic cooperation between the two countries.

The sides discussed the progress made in the NATO integration process and noted that membership in the Alliance is one of the main priorities of the two countries foreign and security policies. In this context, cooperation on Black Sea security and the importance of Black Sea security in ensuring common Euro-Atlantic security was underlined.

The Prime Minister of Georgia has invited his Ukrainian counterpart to pay an official visit to Tbilisi at a convenient time for him.

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