Meeting with the President of Estonia Print Version



Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili held a meeting with President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid. Political, economic and trade relations between Georgia and Estonia were discussed during the meeting. According to the Prime Minister of Georgia, the bilateral relations are developing dynamically, however, unlocking the full potential across various fields is highly desirable. Particular attention was paid to sectoral cooperation. The parties exchanged information concerning the economic and trade aspects of their respective countries. Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili discussed the ongoing reforms with the President of Estonia and noted that international organizations and ratings confirm the progress achieved by Georgia.

The positive investment environment in Georgia was highlighted. "Estonia, as one of the contributor-states, may freely share the success achieved by Georgia," - Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili noted.

The parties also discussed Eastern Partnership Summit, which will be held this November, under the auspices of the European Union. It was noted that Georgia will attend the Summit as a country that has met all the benchmarks. The Prime Minister updated the President of Estonia on the deplorable situation in the occupied territories of Georgia. Kersti Kaljulaid once again reaffirmed that official Tallinn stands as a firm supporter of Georgian sovereignty and territorial integrity. According to the Prime Minister, he greatly values the supportive statements made by the President of Estonia in the address of Georgia.

Members of the Cabinets of Ministers of Georgia and Estonia also attended the meeting that was held at the Administration of the Government of Georgia.

Prime Minister's Press Office