Georgian Foreign Ministry discussed EU-S.Caucasus multilateral cooperation

Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Dzhalaganiya met with the head of General Directorate of the European Commission on International Relations for Ukraine and Belarus, Moldova and South Caucasus countries, John Kaers and EU extraordinary and plenipotentiary envoy to Georgia Robin Lidersen, today.

The meeting focused on the priority areas of cooperation between the EU and Georgia, signing an agreement on visa facilitation and readmission and commencement of negotiations for free trade and association, the Ministry said.

They dealt about multilateral cooperation between the EU and South Caucasus region.

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