Consultations on European integration are underway in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi between the deputy ministers of foreign and European affairs of Georgia and the countries of the Western Balkans, the Georgian foreign office said on Tuesday.
Officials from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and North Macedonia are joining their Georgian counterparts in sharing experience gained by their states in their work for European integration.
Coordinating steps to be taken in the process, and creating a “common agenda” around matters of common interest are also among the objectives for the meetings, coming under the Georgian Ministry’s initiative for establishing consultation formats at various levels with Western Balkan countries.
In addition, a meeting with Georgian students will be held at the Information Centre about NATO and the European Union, with high-ranking officials from the Western Balkan countries reviewing the experience gained by their countries on the path of European integration.
Source : Agenda