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Deputy Foreign Minister T. Quick meets in Tbilisi with Georgian Foreign Minister D. Jalagania
Winding up his visit to Tbilisi, Deputy Foreign Minister Terens Quick met with Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania.
The meeting confirmed that the very good political and diplomatic relations between the two countries create a favourable environment for enhancing bilateral cooperation in the business sector, as was agreed during Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias' recent official visit to Georgia, which was followed by the signing of a relevant protocol, ten days ago, at the 3rd meeting of the Greek-Georgian Joint Interministerial Committee, which took place in Athens.
Also assessed during the meeting were the results of the B2B meetings held in Tbilisi during Mr. Quick's visit, in the context of the 1st Greek-Georgian Business Forum, with the participation of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) and the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI). Results that the entrepreneurs themselves judged to be encouraging and very positive.
The two Deputy Foreign Ministers also briefed each other on foreign policy issues the two countries are dealing with, and there was an exchange of views on international developments, including the developments in the Gulf and the UK elections.
Also participating in the meeting, for the Greek side, were the chargé d'affaires in Tbilisi, Nikos Piperigos, and the Director of the Deputy Foreign Minister's Diplomatic Cabinet, Maya Solomou.