Being at Munich Security Conference 2022 shows that Georgia’s stance is crucial for the world community, the country’s Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani briefed reporters on Friday.
Zalkaliani dubbed the Conference as “paramount” amid a tense situation around Ukraine, saying the international community will review what moves should be taken to de-escalate the current situation.
FM noted that Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, leading the Georgian delegation, will hold bilateral meetings on the South Caucasus Peace Initiative.
Delighted to participate in #MSC2022. Truly an outstanding platform to discuss traditional & contemporary security challenges! ?? stands alongside the int’l community in pursuit of advancing common values & ideals that can ensure greater security across the region & beyond.
— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) February 18, 2022
On top of that, PM Garibashvili will attend bilateral meetings with business representatives “as economic recovery and attracting more investment are our government’s priority after the pandemic,” Zalkaliani added.