Georgia’s Parliament and Latvia’s Saeima, the two countries’ legislative bodies, have signed a partnership deal, Agenda reports.
The agreement envisages the deepening of parliamentary relations between the two nations, coordination activities in international legislative organizations and the enhancement of exchange programs between Georgian and Latvian lawmakers.
"I am sure the agreement will upgrade Georgian-Latvian parliamentary relations to a new level,” Georgia’s Parliament Speaker Irakli Kobakhidze said.
The document was signed by Kobakhidze and the head of Saeima Inara Murniece.
Kobakhidze also held a meeting in the Foreign Ministry of Latvia, where the country's top officials vowed their support to Georgia's European integration.