Georgia’s Foreign Policy Demonstrates Strengthening of Territorial Integrity

The primary goal of Georgia’s foreign policy is to strengthen the nation’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, Foreign Minister, Mikheil Janelidze, declared at the event dedicated to the Day of Diplomacy at Tbilisi State University.

“All remaining activities serve this main goal. We have chosen the Euro-Atlantic integration path because we believe it is in the best interest of Georgia,” Janelidze said.

The Foreign Minister also explained the various successes of Georgia’s foreign policy.

“We have been intensely involved in bilateral diplomacy. We have opened 60 embassies, three missions and consulates. Indeed, this is very large-scale efforts for a small country like Georgia; it is the result of our priorities in terms of non-recognition policy, economic ties and Georgia’s representation throughout the world.” 

“The direction of multilateral diplomacy is very strong, it means success on a diplomatic level. Strengthening of the country’s positive image shows the fulfilment of all goals,” Janelidze added.

By Máté Földi



13 November 2017 17:27