The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili, met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba, within the framework of the informal ministerial meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of the European Union that took place in Prague.
There, Ilia Darchiashvili once again confirmed to his Ukrainian colleague the steadfast support of Georgia towards Ukraine and expressed hope that the war will end soon and peace and stability will be established in the country.
Darchiashvili, together with his Ukrainian and Moldovan colleagues, at the invitation of the Czech Republic (which is holding the EU presidency), on August 30-31, in Prague, participated in the informal so-called Gymnich meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of the European Union.
The Georgian Minister emphasized the role of the Associated Trio (Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova) in the region and the European integration process of the three countries. The ministers welcomed the invitation of the Associated Trio countries to the informal meeting of EU foreign ministers as an expression of the EU’s strong and unwavering support for these countries.
The European Commission’s decision to open the European perspective for the Trio countries was highlighted and the implementation of the European Commission’s recommendations by the countries was discussed.