Diplomacy

Georgia invites Fiji, lauds leadership

The Georgian government has invited a high-level Fijian delegation to visit the country for bi-lateral consultations. The invitation came after Fiji’s Ambassador to the European Union Deo Saran presented his credentials to the  last month. Ambassador Saran met with the Deputy Director, Department of Diplomatic Protocol, Giorgi Mikeladze who expressed Georgia’s appreciation to the Fijian Government’s support, understanding and […]

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January 11, 2016 11:10 am

The Georgian government has invited a high-level Fijian delegation to visit the country for bi-lateral consultations.

H.E. Ambassador Saran with Georgian President, H.E. Giorge Margvelashvil. Photo:DEPTFO.
H.E. Ambassador Saran with Georgian President, H.E. Giorge Margvelashvil. Photo: DEPTFO.

The invitation came after Fiji’s Ambassador to the European Union Deo Saran presented his credentials to the  last month.

Ambassador Saran met with the Deputy Director, Department of Diplomatic Protocol, Giorgi Mikeladze who expressed Georgia’s appreciation to the Fijian Government’s support, understanding and stance on Georgian government’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and non-interference in internal affairs.

Mikeladze applauded Fiji’s strong leadership in the Pacific region and saw Fiji as an exemplary case for other Pacific Island countries.

Fiji may become they link for Georgia to foster its political interest in the Pacific region.

Ambassador Saran has invited Georgia to become observers in the Pacific Islands Development Forum and MSG meetings and sought support to address various challenges faced by the Pacific Island countries.

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