Ruling party official: PM’s visit to Brussels shows Georgia’s foreign policy aspirations

20.02.24 12:30

Mamuka Mdinaradze, the head of the ruling Georgian Dream party in the Parliament, on Monday said the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze’s first foreign visit to Brussels had a great “importance”.


In his remarks, Mdinaradze noted that Europe was Georgia’s home and the ruling Georgian Dream party was doing “everything” to become the European Union's full-fledged member.


“[Kobakhidze’s visit to Brussels] has a great importance, this is another statement of what Georgia needs and where are we heading to”, Mdinaradze said.


“We have had specific results since 2012 [on EU integration path] that Georgia has not had before. This happened under the governance of the Georgian Dream party, thanks to its correct reforms and decisions. We will continue this way. This is the only way, where with this dignity, pride [...] Georgia will become a full-fledged member of the European family”, Mdinaradze concluded.




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