Georgia, Tbilisi, March 23 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian Foreign Ministry held another round of bilateral political consultations between Georgia and Great Britain today.
Directorate of the British Foreign Office in Russia, South Caucasus and Central Asia head Michael Davenport led the British side, the Foreign Ministry press department told Trend .
British Ambassador to Georgia Denis Kif and the embassy's Political Adviser Karl Spikal participated in the consultations.
Meetings were held with Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, Director of Department for European Affairs Shota Gvineriya, director of Political Department Khatuna Salukvadze, Director of the Department of European Integration Tia Akhvlediani, Director of the Department of International Organizations Sergi Kapanadze and Director of the Department's Security Policy and Euro-Atlantic integration Nikoloz Rtveliashvili.
The sides discussed issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation, the course of democratic processes in Georgia, Georgia's relations with the EU and its participation in the initiative "Partnership for the East," the main directions of Euro-Atlantic integration of Georgia, the situation in the occupied territories and events in the South Caucasus.
The British side reiterated its support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia.
The parties reaffirmed their willingness to work towards the further deepening of bilateral and multilateral relations. The previous round of consultations was held in London, Oct. 12, 2009.