Georgian deputy PM discusses strengthening Georgian-French relations

Georgian Deputy Prime Minister Giorgi Baramidze discussed strengthening Georgian-French ties with French National Assembly members Roland Blum and Christian Batay during their visit to the country.

Blum and Batay will study the situation in Georgia and present a report to their colleagues, Baramidze said at a joint press conference after the meeting.

“Today we discussed Georgia’s integration into Europe and NATO,” Baramidze said.

According to the official, the EU’s great in the Abkhazia and South Ossetia issue is vital for Georgia.

He added that guests will meet with representatives of various departments to become familiar with the situation in Georgia.

“France is a reliable friend and I want to thank the government for its support for our territorial integrity and sovereignty, as well as for supporting the country’s integration into the EU and NATO,” Baramidze said.

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