Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia
Ilia Darchiashvili

Place of Birth

Sighnaghi

Education

1998-2002 - Bachelor's degree in economics, Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University;

2002-2004 - Master's degree in economics, Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University;

2008-2011 - Master's degree in business administration, Grenoble Graduate School of Management, France;

Work experience

2003-2004 - Financial Control and Supervision Officer, Bank Republic JSC;

2004-2006 - Head of the Unit for Serving Individual Clients, Bank Republic JSC;

2006-2012 - Branch Manager, Bank Republic JSC/Societe Generale Group;

2012-2014 - Georgian Embassy in the Republic of Poland;

2014-2015 - First Deputy Director, Municipal Development Fund of Georgia LEPL;

2015 - Executive Director, Municipal Development Fund of Georgia LEPL;

2015-2016 - First Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia;

2015-2016 - Member of the Supervisory Board, United Airports of Georgia;

2017-2021 - Georgia's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Poland;

2021-2022 - Head of the Government Administration of Georgia

2022 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

Other Languages

English, Polish, and Russian

Former PM of Georgia; For Georgia chairman
Giorgi Gakharia
Former President of Georgia
Giorgi Margvelashvili
Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia
Zurab Abashidze
Ilia Darchiashvili: The Prime Minister will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges that the European Union has and the opportunities that our country provides to the European family at the summit of the European political union
Irakli Kobakhidze will participate in the summit of the European political union
FM: The NATO summit was very productive, once again the strong unity of the member and partner countries was observed
Ilia Darchiashvili: Georgia, together with its partners, is consistently working Euro-Atlantic integration
Belgian Foreign Minister: The recent adoption of the law on transparency of foreign influence distances Georgia from European values - I called on Ilia Darchiashvili to reconsider this measure
Viktor Dolidze: Georgia remains NATO's closest partner and a valuable pillar both in the region and from the Euro-Atlantic point of view, this process will continue in the future as well
Giorgi Rukhadze: everyone should believe that the West is not kidding and that the policy review with regard to Georgia has started - if "Georgian Dream" retains power after the elections, the isolation will continue
Within the NATO summit, Ilia Darchiashvili met Javier Colomina
Ilia Darchiashvili: The participation of the Georgian side in the NATO anniversary summit is the most important message - Georgia is a very strong ally of the alliance in the region
Minister of Foreign Affairs leaves for United States of America
Ilia Darchiashvili: Georgia and Armenia are connected by a special friendship and good neighborliness that dates back centuries - today's visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia will bring a new impetus to our relations
Foreign Ministry: Georgia will participate in the NATO jubilee summit scheduled for July 9-11 in Washington – the Georgian delegation will be headed by Ilia Darchiashvili
According to Matthew Miller, Washington invited Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia to attend NATO summit
Jeyhun Bayramov: Azerbaijan and Georgia always support each other's initiatives, this is fundamentally important
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
Ilia Darchiashvili: We want every ambassador to be fully informed about the issues and challenges that exist in the country, in order to turn challenges into opportunities and continue our European integration
Ilia Darchiashvili: The Prime Minister's working visit to Germany will bring a new impetus in terms of cooperation with our partners
Ilia Darchiashvili: The PM’s participation in the Ukraine aid conference is another proof that Georgia is doing its best to help a country in a state of war
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