One of the key issues of discussions, apart from bilateral relations, was the security situation in Georgia’s occupied regions, the illegal detention of medical doctor Vazha Gaprindashvili and the necessity of the international community’s due reaction to this fact.
Conversations also included the forthcoming meeting of NATO Leaders in London and how Georgia’s progress will be highlighted at the Alliance’s high-level meeting.
At the meeting with the Romanian Foreign Minister, Teodor Meleșcanu reaffirmed Romania’s firm support for Georgia’s NATO integration. The Parties highlighted Georgia’s role in ensuring Black Sea security and the country’s practical involvement in NATO-led operations. The Ministers expressed their commitment to cooperate to further advance the Black Sea region’s economic potential and the transit opportunities of the two countries.
Steps taken by Georgia towards integration with the Alliance were highly appraised during the meeting with the Norwegian Foreign Minister. David Zalkaliani and Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide expressed their satisfaction at the increasing level of relations between the two countries.
The Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Gordan Grlić Radman and David Zalkaliani discussed a broad spectrum of issues relating to the further development of bilateral relations.
Special attention was paid to Croatia’s successful experience on the European and Euro-Atlantic integration path, as well as to the priorities of Croatia’s EU Presidency.
Within the framework of his visit to Brussels, David Zalkaliani also met with the NATO Deputy Secretary General and members of the European Parliament.