Ilia Darchiashvili: Germany is very well aware of the challenges that our country faces, and we are happy about the fact that Germany is one of the main driving forces towards European integration of Georgia

After the restoration of independence, Germany has always had a special role in the development of our country, - the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili, told journalists at the ceremonial reception dedicated to Georgia's Independence Day in Berlin.

According to him, Germany has made special efforts to make Georgia a full-fledged member of the European family.

"Germany has always been very actively involved in the development of Georgia. After the restoration of independence, Germany has always played a special role in the development of our country, always being a strong supporter of our territorial integrity and sovereignty. Now, in recent years, Germany has made special efforts to make Georgia a full-fledged member of the European family. We are very happy with the fact that today in Berlin, with the participation of the Georgian Embassy and the participation of the Prime Minister, we have the opportunity to host our German friends, the Georgian diaspora, at the event celebrating the Independence Day of Georgia. It is symbolic that Germany is a symbol of unification, and we expressed our desire from Berlin to reunify Georgia very soon. There is no alternative to our peace policy, and we will do our best to make our country a united, unified member of the European family very soon. Germany is very deeply familiar with the challenges that our country faces and we are happy about the fact that Germany is one of the main pulling forces towards our European integration", said Ilia Darchiashvili.

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