Denmark's Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen on Sunday arrived in Georgia on an official two-day visit, the Georgian Foreign Ministry said.
The Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Teimuraz Janjalia and Nata Menabde, the Ambassador of Georgia to Denmark and Iceland, welcomed Rasmussen at the Tbilisi International Airport.
Rasmussen is set to meet his Georgian counterpart Ilia Darchiashvili in one-on-one and expanded formats during his visit, after which the top diplomats will officially open the Danish Embassy in Georgia.
As part of his official visit, Rasmussen, accompanied by the Danish business delegation, will also meet Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and Economy Minister Levan Davitashvili.
The Danish diplomat will also visit the administrative line separating the Russian-occupied regions from the rest of the country to be informed about the current situation in areas adjacent to the line.