Georgian Parliament Speaker Archil Talakvadze paid an official visit to Montenegro on October 8-10.
During the visit Talakvadze held meetings with Montenegrin President Milo Dukanovic, Parliament Speaker Ivan Brajović and other high-ranking officials.
During the meeting with President Dukanovic, Speaker Talakvadze discussed deepening political and economic relations between Georgia and Montenegro as well as Georgia’s NATO and EU aspirations.
President Dukanovic reaffirmed his firm support for Georgia's territorial integrity and expressed his commitment to further deepen the cooperation, the Georgian parliament’s press office reported.
Archil Talakvadze and Milo Dukanovic. Photo: Archil Talakvadze/Facebook
The Georgian and Montenegrin counterparts, Talakvadze and Brajović, also agreed on close parliamentary cooperation and intensive exchange of visits.
At a joint press conference yesterday, Speaker Talakvadze thanked his counterpart for supporting the territorial integrity and Euro-Atlantic aspiration of Georgia.
Accession of Montenegro to NATO is a strong message for Georgia that we are also able to become the NATO member”, Talakvadze stated.
He also said that Georgia is proud that its soldiers “stand shoulder-to-shoulder protecting regional peace and stability”.