Foreign countries and leaders are sending their kinds wishes to Georgia on a Independence Day.
The Embassy of the United States of America to Georgia congratulates the country on its Independence Day.
‘Joy to you, great Ilia! Your dream has come true!’ These words were told by the people, who were assembled under the leadership of Vlasa Mgeladze at the tomb of Ilia Chavchavadze on May 26, 1918. They rang bells from the Mtatsminda belltower marking the independence of Georgia. We congratulate you on the Independence Day”, reads the letter of congratulations.
Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia Carl Hartzell, has recorded a special video for the festive day:
Happy Independence Day #Georgia!— Carl Hartzell (@CarlHartzellEU) May 26, 2019
Europe's nations recognised Georgia's independence as declared 101 years ago and today the #EuropeanUnion stands with Georgia more strongly than ever and will continue supporting the country and its citizens. pic.twitter.com/xiMY1snERF
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia posted on Twitter on Georgia’s Independence Day:
Here is the congratulation from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia Edgars Rinkevics:
Very warm congratulations and best wishes to our Georgian friends celebrating Independence Day! #Georgia ????????????????????????— Edgars Rinkēvičs (@edgarsrinkevics) May 26, 2019
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius posted his congratulations message on Twitter account in English and in Georgian languages:
#Georgia will always have a very special place in our hearts. Happy independence day! #Lithuania celebrates together!— Linas Linkevicius (@LinkeviciusL) May 26, 2019
საქართველოს ყოველთვის ეკავება განსაკუთრებული ადგილი ჩვენს გულებში. გილოცავთ დამოუკიდებლობის დღეს! ლიეტუვა თქვენთან ერთად ზეიმობს! pic.twitter.com/omXVSe4XKd
British Ambassador to Georgia Justin McKenzieSmith also congratulated Georgia in both languages:
On #Georgia’s Independence Day, a rare life portrait of Noe #Zhordania, leader of first Democratic Republic (1918-21) at #Tbilisi’s Literature Museum.— Justin McKenzieSmith (@JustinMcKenzieS) May 26, 2019
გილოცავთ საქართველოს დამოუკიდებლობის დღეს! #26მაისი #26May pic.twitter.com/zmbQBP8dDl
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain:
Ambassador of Austria to Georgia Arad Benko posted the letter of congratulations on the occasion of Georgia's Independence Day by President Alexander Van der Bellen to President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili:
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan:
Heartfelt congratulations to the people and Government of #Georgia???????? on #IndependenceDay. Reaffirm strong commitment to strengthening and deepening solid and time tested friendship with our neighbor. pic.twitter.com/2PzQQw8Nsi— Zohrab Mnatsakanyan (@ZMnatsakanyan) May 26, 2019
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has sent a letter to Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili, where he extended his "cordial congratulations to you and all the people of your country on the occasion of the national holiday of Georgia, the Independence Day".