Georgian FM says Ukraine could help solving South Caucasus conflicts

Georgian Foreign Ministry hopes that Ukraine, chairing the OSCE, will make a “significant contribution” to the resolution of conflicts in the South Caucasus, Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Pandzhikidze said on Tuesday in Tbilisi at a joint news conference with Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kozhara.

“We had a very fruitful meeting. Conversation touched on bilateral Georgian-Ukrainian relations as well as provision of stability and security in the region,” she said, noting that the parties have expressed a desire to organize as many meetings as possible at the highest level.

Pandzhikidze stressed that Ukraine holds the presidency of the OSCE, and conflict resolution in the South Caucasus has been designated during the meeting as one of the main priorities in this area.

“We very much hope that our friend Ukraine will contribute to the solution of many problems affecting Georgia,” the Minister said.

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