Georgian Deputy FM reviews European energy security at Three Seas Initiative Summit

A joint declaration of the Summit recognised the event’s potential to complement the EU policies in bringing the Western Balkans, Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia closer to the EU based on “merit and shared values”. Photo: MFA, 07 Sep 2023 - 17:39, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Khvtisiashvili on Thursday led the country’s delegation at the Summit of the Three Seas Initiative in Romania’s capital of Bucharest to review European energy security matters.

Khvtisiashvili noted the Summit was an “important opportunity” for fostering Georgia’s European Union integration through the country’s contribution to European energy security via Black Sea connectivity and green energy partnerships.