Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili on Friday recapped the Georgian parliamentary delegation’s visit to Japan and South Korea.
According to the Speaker, the talks there covered various significant matters, including the Ukraine war, assistance for Georgia, and the launch of Georgia-Korea direct flights.
“Several key topics were raised during this visit, and we reached some agreements. The first is our unwavering support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russia’s aggressive war. Second, the strengthening of Georgia’s role as one of the segments of the Middle Corridor; the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, which runs through Georgia, is becoming increasingly important today. And third, Japan and the Republic of Korea support Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,” Papuashvili asserted.
The meetings also touched on the launch of Georgia-Korea direct flights. Papuashvili went on to say that talks are underway in this regard and that the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea will visit Georgia in the spring of next year.