Ilia Darchiashvili: The Prime Minister's working visit to Germany will bring a new impetus in terms of cooperation with our partners

The Prime Minister's working visit to Germany will bring a new impetus in terms of cooperation with our partners, Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili told journalists in Germany.

According to him, the fact that Georgia firmly and consistently supports Ukraine was once again emphasized with the participation of the Prime Minister in the Ukraine recovery conference.

"The event held in Germany dedicated to the recovery and assistance of Ukraine, in the organization of which Germany and German Chancellor Scholz were directly involved, is yet another demonstration of support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people. It was very important that the head of the government of Georgia participated in this event together with the delegation. With the participation of the Prime Minister, it was once again emphasized that Georgia firmly and consistently supports Ukraine, the Ukrainian people, and our participation is of special importance. The Prime Minister had the opportunity to participate in a round table format with other leaders, including Chancellor Scholz and President Zelensky. In the round table format, we once again talked about our support to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people, about the efforts that our country has made since the war started, and we also talked about how Georgia will continue to support. It is also important that in the evening the Prime Minister had the opportunity to have a conversation with the President of Germany, who took part in the formal reception held with the direct participation of the German President. I think that the Prime Minister's working visit to Germany will bring a new impetus in terms of cooperation with our partners", said Ilia Darchiashvili.

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