During today's joint press conference in Tbilisi with his German counterpart, Franc-Walter Steinmeier, Gela Bejuashvili, Georgia's Foreign Minister has said that Georgia has dynamic relations with Azerbaijan and Turkey, and stable relations with Armenia, Trend Correspondent to Georgia reports.
He added that issues connected with regional security were discussed during the meeting with his German counterpart. Georgia's relations with Russia were acknowledged by both parties as the key issue. Germany is glad that the tension in Georgian-Russian relations has eased, said the German Federal Foreign Minister. He stressed that Germany and other countries used their relationship with Russia to turn conflicts available on the territory of Georgia, together with other issues that Georgia was interested in, into a subject of discussion with the Russian party.
For his part, Mr. Bejuashvili stressed that him and his German counterpart had discussed the issue of what Germany could do to improve Georgian-Russian relations. We discussed the relations with our other neighbours as well, added the Georgian Foreign Minister.