Tbilisi, Georgia, Feb. 26
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia's parliamentary delegation headed by Speaker David Usupashvili is on an official visit to Bulgaria. The delegation representatives met with Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
During the meeting the sides discussed bilateral relations between Sofia and Tbilisi, as well as the ways of their further intensification, the Georgian parliament told Trend Feb. 26.
The sides also discussed Georgia's integration into European and Euro-Atlantic organizations, the situation in the separatist regions of the country, the events in Ukraine and regional security.
Moreover, the sides discussed the economic cooperation prospects of the countries of the Black Sea, in particular, Georgia and Bulgaria.
The importance of Georgia's integration into European and Euro-Atlantic organizations was stressed at the meeting.
"Our countries have not only the common past and a look at the current events, but also the unanimous aspiration for the future," Usupashvili said.
Plevneliev said that Georgia and Bulgaria are united by common values, namely, the aspiration for the modernization and democracy.
"We will always support the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia, as well as your country's aspiration for the European and Euro-Atlantic organizations," he said.
During the visit, the Georgian delegation representatives will also meet with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov.
The Georgian delegation's visit to Bulgaria will end on February 27.
Edited by CN