Tbilisi, Georgia, Jan. 26
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia's President Giorgi Margvelashvili met Jan. 26 with the Prime Minister of Lithuania Algirdas Butkevicius.
The administration of the Georgian state head told Trend that the parties discussed bilateral relations and prospects for deepening cooperation between the two countries.
Regional security and the situation in separatist regions was one of the main topics at the meeting.
The parties also paid attention to the developments in Ukraine.
The meeting, in particular, focused on the so-called agreement of alliance between Russia and Abkhazia, and the conclusion of a similar agreement with Tskhinvali.
The parties also discussed cooperation between Georgia and the EU and NATO, and the efforts being made by Georgia on the path of integration to these organizations.
The sides paid great attention to economic cooperation between the two countries and in this context they noted the importance of the visit of Lithuanian businessmen to Georgia, who arrived together with the Lithuanian PM.
According to them, the visit of the representatives of business circles of Lithuania will deepen the business ties between the two countries.
The parties also discussed the issues of energy security and cooperation in the field of transport and other areas.
Edited by CN