Georgian PM discusses diplomatic priorities with country’s new ambassadors

14.02.24 16:02

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze on Wednesday discussed priorities and gave “concrete assignments” to the country’s new ambassadors to Brazil, China, Estonia, India, Israel, Jordan and Kuwait, the Government’s press office said. 


The newly appointed Government head also extended his congratulations to the diplomats on their appointments as the country’s envoys.


The meeting involved Archil Dzuliashvili, the Ambassador to Jordan, Paata Kalandadze, the Ambassador to China, Noshrevan Lomtatidze, the Ambassador to Kuwait, Zaza Kandelaki, the Ambassador to Israel, Zurab Mchedlishvili, the Ambassador to Brazil, Vakhtang Jaoshvili, the Ambassador to India and Zurab Khamashuridze, the Ambassador to Estonia. 




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