Tbilisi, Georgia, March 6
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili will take part in the EU summit to be held in Czech Republic's capital of Prague.
The summit will be dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the Eastern Partnership.
On Thursday, Czech Republic's new ambassador to Georgia, Tomas Pernitsky handed over his credentials to the Georgian president.
The parties discussed bilateral relations and prospects for future cooperation, Georgian presidential administration told Trend.
Czech ambassador noted that his country actively supports Georgia's territorial integrity within internationally recognized borders, as well as, the country's aspiration for the Euro-Atlantic structures.
Pernitsky thanked Georgian president for his decision to attend the summit, dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the Eastern Partnership, and expressed the hope that Margvelashvili's participation in this event will give a new impetus to relations between the two countries.
In turn, President Margvelashvili said the Georgian leadership will, as always, work closely with the Czech Republic's diplomatic mission.
Translated by E.A.
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