Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration was in focus of the meeting between the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis that took place on Thursday on the sidelines of the European Political Community Summit in Granada.
The meeting noted the importance of Greece’s support in the country’s European integration path, the Government Administration said.
The officials reviewed the steps taken by the Georgian Government in this regard, including the dynamics of the country’s “positive” implementation of the bloc’s conditions for granting the membership candidate status.
Garibashvili stressed Georgia “deserved” the candidate status, and further pointed out that “our country expects a fair decision from the European Union later this year”.
The meeting also highlighted the cooperation between the two countries and the importance of “further” deepening the ties.
Source : Agenda