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PM, British Parliamentary delegation review strategic partnership, cooperation prospects

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“Main directions” of the strategic partnership between Georgia and the United Kingdom, and prospects for future cooperation were discussed on Wednesday in a meeting between Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and a British Parliamentary delegation led by Jonathan Djanogly, the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Georgia in the British legislative body.

In his comments at the meeting, Garibashvili noted the two countries were cooperating “fruitfully” in bilateral and multilateral formats, the Government Administration said. The Government head stressed the visit of the delegation was “another clear proof” of the existing strategic partnership. 

The meeting also reviewed the current economic situation in Georgia, with Garibashvili providing information to the delegation about the “positive trends” of economic growth.

The officials also highlighted the need to “further strengthen” the trade and economic cooperation between the two states.

The meeting also focused on the security environment and challenges in the Black Sea region and the world, with the Georgian official noting the close security cooperation between the UK and Georgia was “of utmost importance”.

Garibashvili thanked Djanogly for his “firm and unwavering” support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and for the non-recognition policy of the Russian-occupied territories of the country.

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