Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili is attending the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.
PM Garibashvili will address the UNGA on September 24.
On the sidelines of the 76th UNGA session PM Garibashvili is holding meetings with foreign counterparts.
At the meeting the two leaders hailed the 30-year anniversary of the diplomatic ties between Georgia and Kuwait and the positive dynamics of their bilateral cooperation.
The importance of opening an embassy of Kuwait was also emphasized for further deepening partnership in various directions.
Georgian PM (right) holding hands with his Kuwaiti counterpart in New York earlier today. Photo: Georgian PM's press office
Special attention was paid to developing trade and economic potential between the two countries and supporting tourism.
Great to meet w/ PM Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah & have meaningful discussions on how to proceed w/ deepening our partnership at all institutional levels. We stand ready to expand our ties in all areas including trade & economy pic.twitter.com/I63wh6zuzL— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) September 21, 2021
Opening the general debates earlier today, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on the world leaders to ‘restore trust, ‘inspire hope’ and ‘start right now’.
"This is our time.— United Nations (@UN) September 21, 2021
A moment for transformation.
An era to re-ignite multilateralism.
An age of possibilities.
Let us restore trust. Let us inspire hope.
And let us start right now."
-- @antonioguterres to world leaders at #UNGA.https://t.co/orWXSoH1bu pic.twitter.com/N6WrhvBWKf
UNGA, which is the main policy-making body of the organisation, hosts world leaders at its headquarters in New York annually.