Georgian, French Presidents Meet in Vilnius
29 ნოემბერი, 2013
712
print

President Margvelashvili met his French counterpart, François Hollande, on the sideline of the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius on November 29.

President Hollande told journalists that there’s “excellent” mutual understanding and added that he plans to visit Georgia in “coming months.”

The Georgian president’s office said that Margvelashvili thanked his French counterpart for “support in Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration issues” and invited President Hollande to visit Georgia.

In Vilnius the French President is also due to meet his counterparts from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Ukraine; he also met Moldovan Prime Minister earlier on November 29.

In other bilateral meetings on the sideline of the Vilnius Summit, President Margvelashvili held talks with Presidents of Poland and Latvia, as well as Prime Ministers of Estonia and Slovenia. He also met President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz and President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Suma Chakrabarti.

24 hours

სხვა სიახლეები
11 ნოემბერი, 2015 “Free education will arise, not from socialist ideas and the expropriation of property, but from market forces”
30 მარტი, 2015 After the president’s report no debate will take place
30 მარტი, 2015 Matvey Ganapolsky: The “thief-in-law songs” in Georgia were banned and then permitted again.
30 მარტი, 2015 Soros says ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine if West helps
20 მარტი, 2015 Parliament Confirms New Supreme Court Chair
13 მარტი, 2015 Economy, Finance Ministers and C.Bank Chief Grilled by MPs at Committee Hearing
27 თებერვალი, 2015 C.Bank Chief Responds to ‘Slanderous Campaign’, Calls to Stop ‘Blame-Shifting’ over GEL Fall
29 იანვარი, 2015 NATO Deputy Secretary General Holds Talks in Tbilisi
31 დეკემბერი, 2014 Rosneft Becomes Part-Owner of Company with Operations in Georgia
05 ნოემბერი, 2014 Alasania’s Free Democrats Quit GD Coalition