Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili held a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Denis Shmyhal in a video conference format.
The consultations focused on friendship and strategic partnership between Georgia and Ukraine based on centuries-old historical and good neighbourly relations. Special emphasis was placed on the European and Euro-Atlantic integration aspiration.
Prime Minister of Ukraine thanked his Georgian colleague for support of Ukraine in the international arena, both in bilateral and multilateral formats.
Speaking about Russia’s recent military buildup along Ukraine’s borders and temporarily occupied Crimea, the Georgian PM reiterated concern over the developments and reaffirmed Georgia’s unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.
The conversation also touched upon the trade and economic relations between Georgia and Ukraine. The two PMs pledged to join efforts to develop and deepen economic cooperation between the two countries further.
The sides discussed progress made in the NATO integration process. They noted that membership of the alliance is one of the main priorities of the foreign and security policies of Ukraine and Georgia.