Existing opportunities should be utilized to bridge Asia with Europe, says Georgian FM

Existing opportunities should be utilized to bridge Asia with Europe, says Georgian FM
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  • calendar-gray 15 March 2018

Since the first years of independence, Georgia has been trying to develop relations with Azerbaijan, Turkey and Iran, said Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze.

 

Janelidze made the remarks at a press conference following the first quadrilateral meeting with his Azerbaijani, Turkish and Iranian counterparts in Baku on March 15, APA reports.

 

He expressed gratitude to Azerbaijan, Turkey and Iran for the support provided to Georgia’s territorial integrity.

 

"We declare our commitment to international law with regard to territorial integrity to maintain peace and stability. This cooperation focuses on peace, stability and prosperity in the region. The potential of these countries' transport corridors may be used more widely. It is necessary to take advantage of these opportunities to bridge Asia and Europe. We need to continue our regular meetings,” Georgia’s top diplomat added. 

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