Next week Georgia will host European Council President Donald Tusk, Estonian PM Juri Ratas and eight foreign ministers from the EU and partner countries.
Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani said that the foreign officials will participate in an international conference in Batumi devoted to the 10th anniversary of Eastern Partnership.
The foreign ministers who will visit Georgia are:
The foreign delegation will also include other officials.
The conference will be held on 11-12 July. Two financial agreements between Georgia and the EU will be signed as a part of the event.
The agreements refer to allocation of about €47 mln for Georgia.
The EU Eastern Partnership format unites six Eastern European countries: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. The objective of the format is supporting democracy, prosperity and stability in the region.