( Civil ) - Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mohammadi is in Tbilisi to participate in a roundtable discussion on Georgian-Iranian relations on June 19-20.
A closed-door roundtable discussion is held on an initiative of the Iranian side and is hosted by the Tbilisi-based think-tank Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS).
Analysts from the foreign policy think-tank Foreign Relations Council, as well as officials from the Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Economy are also participating in the roundtable discussion - Georgian-Iranian Relations: Political, Economic and Cultural Issues.
"We, indeed, take into consideration the delicate nature of Iran's relations with the international community, also involving unresolved problem of nuclear program. But, at the same time, it is important to maintain a constant dialogue with this country; this is why this event is taking place," Irakli Menagarishvili of the Foreign Relations Council, who was Georgia's foreign minister in 1995-2003, told Civil.Ge.