During a meeting with Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili discussed the economic cooperation between the two countries, emphasising the importance of further deepening this cooperation, especially in the post-pandemic period.
The top officials of Georgia and Latvia discussed the challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, the special importance of vaccination in the fight against coronavirus, and the crucial role of the international community’s solidarity to that end.
Garibashvili and Rinkevic have also discussed Georgia’s steps towards EU integration, the political and economic reforms implemented in this process, and the country’s progress towards Euro-Atlantic integration.
Latvian FM Edgars Rinkevics will visit Odzisi, a village at the occupation line, which will enable him to familiarise himself with the situation on the ground. Photo: gov.ge.
PM Garibashvili and Latvian Foreign Minister Rinkevic also talked about the dire humanitarian situation in Georgia’s Russia-occupied territories.
As part of an official visit to Georgia, Edgars Rinkevics will visit Odzisi, a village at the occupation line, which will enable him to familiarise himself with the situation on the ground.
The Foreign Minister of Latvia reassured his strong support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognised borders.
Latvian Foreign Minister held meeting with his Georgian colleague David Zalkaliani and will meet with Georgian Parliament Speaker Kakha Kuchava.