Georgia, Japan mull abolition of visa regime for diplomatic passport holders
Tbilisi, Georgia, Oct.24
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili met with Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida during his official visit to this country.
The sides stressed the significance of Georgian president's visit to Japan as a new impetus for intensifying the bilateral relations, Georgian Presidential Administration told Trend on Oct.24.
Kishida emphasized the importance of development of cooperation between the two countries and reiterated Japan's interest in this issue.
He added that Japan is interested in joining the projects that are implemented in Georgia.
The abolition of visa regime by Japan for the holders of diplomatic passports was among the issues discussed during the meeting.
Fumio Kishida said that the two sides are to exchange notes on this issue in the near future.
Margvelashvili touched upon the situation of the occupied territories of Georgia.
He said the Japanese side once again showed its strong support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, adding that Georgian-Japanese relations should be intensified.
Edited by CN