Ilia Darchiashvili discussed issues of strategic partnership between the two countries at the meeting with his Turkish counterpart

15.02.24 17:20

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili paid an official visit to the Republic of Turkey. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs disseminates information about this.


According to their reports, within the framework of the visit, Ilia Darchiashvili held a bilateral meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan.


"The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Turkey discussed the important issues included in the agenda of the strategic partnership between the two countries. including issues of cooperation in trade, economy, energy, transport, strategic regional projects, cultural and humanitarian spheres. The ministers successfully assessed the dynamics of bilateral trade and economic relations.


Attention was focused on the implementation of strategic transit and energy projects. The parties reviewed the transit potential of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey. In this context, they noted the importance of the development of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway, as well as the middle corridor.


The importance of conducting high-level visits was noted. The importance of the format of the Georgia-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council was also mentioned.


Special attention was paid to the ongoing processes and security challenges in the region. At the meeting, Turkey's steadfast support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity was once again confirmed.


Attention was focused on the need for sustainable and stable development of the region, as well as on the role of Georgia and Turkey in terms of promoting peace in the region.


The conversation touched upon the successful format of Georgia-Turkey-Azerbaijan tripartite cooperation, within the framework of which a tripartite ministerial meeting of the foreign ministers of Georgia-Turkey-Azerbaijan will be held in March.


The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Turkey exchanged information on current international issues and discussed the prospects of deepening cooperation within the framework of international organizations," the information said.




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