President of Georgia
Salome Zurabishvili

Place of birth

Paris

Education

1972 - Paris Institute of Political Science;

1973 - Columbia University;

1981 - Paris National School of Public Administration

Professional Experience

1974-1977 - Third secretary of the French Embassy in Rome;

1977-1980 - Second secretary of the Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations;

1980-1984 - Employee of the Analysis and Forecasting Center of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs;

1984-1988 - First Secretary of the French Embassy in Washington;

1988-1989 - First Secretary of the European Conference on Security and Co-operation in Vienna;

1989-1992 - Second Counselor at the French Embassy in the Republic of Chad;

1992-1993 - First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of France to the Euro-Atlantic Council (Brussels);

1993-1996 - Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the Western European Union (Brussels);

1996-1998 - Adviser to the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of France;

1997-1998 - Inspector General of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs;

1998-2001 - Officer of the Strategy, Security and Disarmament Division of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs;

2001-2003 - Head of International and Strategic Affairs of the General Secretariat of National Defense of France;

2003-2004 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Georgia;

2004-2005 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia;

2006 - Leader of political union The Way for Georgia;

2006-2015 - Professor at the French Institute of Political Science;

2010-2015 - Head of the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee on Iran;

2016-2020 - Member of Parliament of Georgia of the 9th convocation;

2018 - Elected President of Georgia

Minister of Justice of Georgia
Rati Bregadze
Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia
Zurab Abashidze
European Georgia chairman
Giga Bokeria
Irakli Zarkua: Salome Zurabishvili's action regarding the filing of the lawsuit can be evaluated in three words: disgraceful, incompetent and shameful
The Speaker of the Parliament requests the President to convene an extraordinary session from July 18
Irakli Zarkua: President Zurabishvili has nothing to do with the Georgian state –"lustration of foreign agents" took place once again
Salome Zurabishvili: I am deeply shocked by the shooting of the former US President Trump - political violence is deplorable and should have no place in a democracy
Ana Buchukuri: Reports about the possible unification of Gakharia for Georgia party and Lelo is a lie
The President at a meeting with the US Deputy Secretary of State: This country has never been and will never be pro-Russian
Salome Zurabishvili: Today the road to Europe froze - the Government turned away from this road and they froze us
Administration of the President: The President discussed with the parliamentary delegation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands the elections scheduled for October, current events in the country and the process of Georgia's European integration
Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service: American "curators" have already ordered opposition forces in Georgia to start planning election-related protests
The parties "Akhali", "Droa" and "Girchi - more freedom" will jointly participate in the elections
President: Freezing 30 million euros intended for the defense forces is a response to the anti-European and anti-Western actions of the government - why is this law Russian? That is why
Salome Zurabishvili: I strongly condemn today's missile attacks across Ukrainian cities, this once again illustrates the brutal methods and tragic consequences of Russia's war against Ukraine
Salome Zurabishvili - France chose Europe, democracy and dignity - at a decisive moment, the choice is in the hands of the people
President: If you are not protected by justice in your country, then you have nothing, you are naked and vulnerable, and such a country is not a state
Salome Zurabishvili: The first requirement of transparency is that we all have to be sure who these people are in the justice system and how we can trust them if everything about them is not transparent
Salome Zurabishvili: There can be no peace in this country if we are in isolation or if we are left without our partners - defense is preparation and this preparation is in danger today
President: the government threatens the strategic partnership, which is based on the strengthening of the defense forces and bringing them up to NATO standards - they call this the interests of Georgia
In the administration of the President of Georgia, the process of selecting candidates for the membership of the Supreme Council of Justice is underway
Robin Wagener - With the law on "transparency of foreign influence", there will be no EU membership - No chance for that
Estonian Ambassador to Georgia - If we want EU membership, we should all play by the rules - The Georgian Government on the one hand says that they are moving closer to the EU, but their actions do not prove that