Dominic Raab: Very pleased to sign UK-Georgia Strategic Partnership Agreement
Dominic Raab: Very pleased to sign UK-Georgia Strategic Partnership Agreement

Very pleased to sign the UK-Georgia Strategic Partnership and Cooperation Agreement with Davit Zalkaliani today, – Dominic Raab, Secretary for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of United Kingdom writes about it on the social network Twitter.

“Very pleased to sign the UK-Georgia Strategic Partnership and Cooperation Agreement with Davit Zalkaliani today – our first trade continuity agreement with an Eastern European country. This agreement will ensure UK businesses and consumers benefit from continued preferential trade with Georgia” – Dominic Raab points out.

Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani and UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab have signed the “Agreement on Strategic Partnership and Cooperation between Georgia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland” in London today.

The Agreement will replace the EU-Georgia Association Agreement in bilateral UK-Georgia relations after Brexit. The document covers a wide range of issues, creates the legal framework for strategic partnership, and ensures that the free trade regime between Georgia and the UK is preserved.

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