Minister of Defense: We have to be very careful, in close contact with the international community, and all the steps must be accurately assessed

The Prime Minister had meetings with both the heads of state and the private sector within the framework of the Munich Conference, which will definitely yield results, - said the Minister of Defense of Georgia, Juansher Burchuladze, while assessing the Prime Minister's participation in the Munich Security Conference.

According to him, the main issue discussed at the meetings was the challenges in the region.

"To summarize the attendance of the Prime Minister and our delegation at the Munich Conference, it was very important for us. The Prime Minister had meetings with both heads of state and the private sector. This will definitely have an outcome in terms of emphasizing our role before the international community once again. In addition, the business potential of Georgia will definitely be used to the maximum under our government.

The main issue was the challenges in the region. We have to be very careful, in close contact with the international community, and all the steps and the risks that may accompany the developments in the region must be accurately assessed," said Juansher Burchuladze, whose comments were released by the governmental administration.

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