Lithuania supports Georgia’s desire for European integration
Tbilisi, Georgia, May 17
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgian State Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic integration Alexi Petriashvili met with Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius. A bilateral meeting was held in Bratislava as part of the global security forum.
Petriashvili thanked the Lithuanian side for supporting Georgia on its way to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration. He stressed the resolution of the Latvian Parliament in support of Georgia and Moldova. It calls on the parliaments of the EU countries and the European Parliament to start preparing for the ratification of the association agreement with Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.
The parties also discussed the internal political situation in Georgia and ongoing democratic reforms.
Linkevicius stressed Georgia's progress and congratulated the Georgian side with setting the date of signing of the association agreement with the EU.
He added that the Lithuanian government supported and will support the European and Euro-Atlantic choice of Georgia.
"Linkevicius reiterated full support for Georgia's integration into NATO and the EU," Petriashvili added.