PM Meets Top Czech Officials Supporting Georgia in EU

PRAGUE – Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with his counterpart Czech Prime Minister Buhuslav Sobotka and President Milos Zeman as part of an official two-day visit to the Czech Republic on Monday.

Kvirikashvili and Sobotka discussed deeper political and economic cooperation between the countries, as well as the EU’s upcoming visa liberalization process for Georgian citizens.

At a joint press conference following the meeting, Sobotka reaffirmed Prague’s support for Georgia’s territorial integrity as well as Tbilisi’s Euro-Atlantic integration aspirations, saying Georgia had proved its reliability as a stable partner.

Kvirikashvili stated that his government values more robust political and trade relations with the Czech Republic as part of the EU’s Eastern Partnership. 

By Zviad Adzinbaia

Edited by Nicholas Waller

23 February 2016 14:52