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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia


Publication date: 2017-03-29 Meeting with President of the European Commission

The successful finalization of visa liberalization for Georgia was referred to as "a historic day for both Georgia and the EU" today by President Jean-Claude Juncker of the European Commission and Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili. The Georgian Prime Minister, during his visit to Brussels, held a meeting with the President of the European Commission and thanked him for his tremendous role in the process of visa liberalization.

The parties discussed the agenda of Georgia-EU relations and commended the success achieved so far. As it was pointed out at the meeting, the launch of visa liberalization is yet another testimony to the efforts of the Georgian Government in the building of democratic institutions.

According to Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Georgia has taken a giant step toward returning to the European family, while the EU, for its part, has showed that the European choice brings tangible results, and that the EU does come through with its promises.

Publication date: 2016-11-28 Statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry

On 26 November 2015, the Russian Federation and the Sokhumi occupation regime concluded yet another document in the military sphere. In particular, the so-called “agreement” on the creation of the joint group of armed forces was signed.


Abkhazia is an integral part of Georgia and does not represent an independent subject of the international law, therefore, any attempt to sign an “agreement” with the region is a gross violation of the international law and constitutes an illegal action devoid of legal consequences.

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