Georgia, Tbilisi, May 24 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Another round of bilateral consultations was held between the Georgian and Israeli foreign ministries at the Georgian Foreign Ministry today.
The Georgian side was headed by Deputy Minister
David Jalagania, while Israeli side by Foreign Ministry Deputy General Director Pinchas Avivi, the Georgian Foreign Ministry told Trend.
The sides discussed a wide range of issues related to bilateral and multilateral cooperation, cooperation within international organizations, as well as events occurring in the Middle East and North Africa.
The Israeli side once again expressed its full support for Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Recently, Israel's Russian-language press have wrote about the worsening of ties between Tbilisi and Tel Aviv in connection with the conviction of two Israeli businessmen accused of bribing a Georgian official.
There are also rumors that Israel may recognize Abkhazia, which the Abkhazian leaders also hinted.