Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and his counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis have discussed the future prospects of Georgian-Greek cooperation and the deepening of the bilateral trade-economic ties on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) 76th session in New York yesterday.
Garibashvili thanked PM Mitsotakis for his support of Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, as well as for his support of the country’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration and for co-authoring and supporting UN resolutions on Georgia.
Held productive talks w/@PrimeministerGR on matters regarding ????????-???????? cooperation. Greatly appreciate ????????’s support to our ???????? and Euro-Atlantic integration. We still have a great potential to expand the scope of our relations in various sectors,specifically in trade, econ &tourism. pic.twitter.com/5LLEwdWicR— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) September 24, 2021
It was noted at the meeting that the long-standing historical and cultural ties between Georgia and Greece are based on common European values, respect for the fundamental principles of democracy, freedom and international law,” the Georgian government administration states.
PM Garibashvili who arrived in New York on September 20 will deliver his speech at the 76th UNGA general debate today.
He has held several meetings with foreign counterparts and various high officials on the sidelines of the UNGA session.
Irakli Garibashvili leads the Georgian delegation at the UNGA 76th session in New York which includes Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani, Education Minister Mikheil Chkhenkeli and Head of Government Administration Ilia Darchiashvili.