Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili met with ‘Georgia’s great friend and ally’ Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda in Tbilisi earlier today.
Cooperation in different fields, particularly in post-Covid period, Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations and the country’s democratic reforms were on top on the agenda, the government of Georgia press office has reported.
Held a very productive meeting w/ #Georgia's great friend & ally @GitanasNauseda. We discussed ????????'s ongoing reforms, progress on the European & Euro-Atlantic path & further steps on expanding ????????-???????? co-op in different sectors. pic.twitter.com/akLDGWTTYr— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) June 11, 2021
Before the meeting with Garibashvili Nauseda visited the occupation line in the village of Khurvaleti, central Georgia and signed a declaration with Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili in which Lithuania reaffirmed its support for Georgia’s territorial integrity and the country’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations.
At the meetings w/???????? Prime Minister @GharibashviliGe & Chairman of the Parliament @kkuchava, I stressed the importance of political stability & unity for the prosperity of ????????. I encouraged all political parties to implement April 19 agreement & put the needs of ???????? people first. pic.twitter.com/Mcg3jHkNcS— Gitanas Nausėda (@GitanasNauseda) June 11, 2021
Nauseda reiterated that the Baltic states are united in advocating stronger support for aspiring partners Georgia and Ukraine during the NATO June 14 summit.