Georgia’s European integration process was discussed on Monday in a meeting between the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and Olaf Scholz, the German Chancellor, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Garibashvili highlighted the “unprecedented dynamics” of the political dialogue between the countries and noted that Georgia appreciated the “strong” political messages of Germany, the Government Administration said.
The officials expressed their “readiness” to further deepen and strengthen the “close and multidimensional” cooperation between the countries.
Garibashvili also informed Scholz of the implemented and current reforms on the path of the country’s European integration and noted that the implementation of the recommendations outlined by the European Commission was at the final stage.
The head of the Georgian Government added that the country was expecting a “fair and correct” political decision from the EU.
Garibashvili emphasised the importance of granting Georgia the candidate status and highlighted Germany’s support in this process.